Sainsbury’s Taste The Difference Roasted Lamb, Rosemary and Garlic Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
30g 148 8.0g 0.9g 0.26g 0.5g
The less said about this the better. It was a dull muted yellow packet with a no effort font describing the flavour and some very poor imagery of the curly snack inside.
These Crisps trod the path between Handcooked and modern thin and crispy very consistently. There were no sharp edges or sustained pressure required, but neither did they instantly smash to pulp. A gentle crack and shatter was followed by a fairly quick mush stage.
These were outstanding looking Crisps, but there was an oddity which I will address at the end. There was skin surrounding almost every Crisp’s edge. The colour was a muted yellow with lots of oil blisters and plentiful green flecks. The oddity was that the vast majority of Lamb flavoured Crisps are darker in colour, but more of that later...
We have only ever had one occasion where we at Chips and Crisps felt it necessary to approach a manufacturer to question their Crisp. You can read that elsewhere on this website. Suffice it to say – it was a plain/traditional flavoured Crisp without any seasoning. I mention this here because this was the first occasion that we have ever come across a Crisp with the wrong flavour! We questioned ourselves then second guessed ourselves, but in the end we had no other conclusion than these were Chicken flavoured Crisps. There was absolutely nothing similar to the flavouring written on the packet than a slight hint of Rosemary.