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Ruth Jeffcoate

Jacob's Orange Club Review
Nicey replies: That's a wonderful account of why biscuit wrappers are not just packaging.

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Jacob's Orange Club Review

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Jacob's Orange Club Review
Nicey replies: OK, can just about bring myself to type.

Your friend would do well to keep quite about what he did to the Club Biscuit until now I have randomly blamed the French, as it seemed to coincide with Danone's take over of Jacob's, however now we know its down to a bloke who went to University of Northumbria, and graduated in what 1994? I don't care that he was young and eager and just out of University, he could of refused to do it on moral and ethical grounds.

The Top London design agency would also do well to keep a lid on its dealings in the demise of the Club from treasured national icon to chocy snack obscurity. Nothing to be smug about there. Anyone who ever had a proper Club biscuit morns the day they changed to the new format.

Ian Klein

Jacob's Orange Club Review
Nicey replies: Your quite right of course the exact construction of the inner paper and foil liner did change, I had forgotten that.


Jacob's Orange Club Review
Nicey replies: Upon hearing that news I feel I can relate to the emotions held by Charlton Heston at the end of Planet of Apes.