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Griffin's vs McVities Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Thanks for that. I liked the one that involves getting Toffeepops from your forehead to your mouth using just wild facial expressions, this is indeed first class biscuit advertising. I also got a strong craving for Griffins Gingernuts.

Dennis Green

Griffin's vs McVities Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Dennis,

Of course the point about Gingernuts and one of their most endearing features is how different they are between brands, and yet they are all unmistakably Gingernuts. Obviously people look for different things in different orders of importance, on their list of what makes an ideal Gingernut. Its for that reason that we have over ten reviews of different Ginger nuts/snaps/biscuits on the site, and there is plenty of scope for more.

As for Parkside that is simply Lidl's own brand. If you look at the address of their head office you'll see why. I haven't worked out where or which manufacturer makes Lidl's biscuits, but a lot of the evidence does point at Germany. However, given their EU orientated supply chain it could be just about anyplace in Europe - Germany, France, Belguim, Holland, Ireland or the UK. When I see the Parkside brand I do tend to assume that this is a product made specifically for Lidl's UK stores, and thus probably of UK origin.

We shall check out a pack next time we pass through Lidls on a fact finding mission.