The crispbread is nice; shame about the packaging.
The crispbread itself was nice, but the packaging will put me off buying it again. Tesco crispbread is packaged in such a manner that opening it exposed half the pack to the air, so I either have to eat half the slices straight away or decant the slices into another container. I don't have anything to decant them into that will fit tightly enough that they'll stay crisp. A pack of Ryvita crispbread lasts me a long time: after taking out a couple of slices I can put a clip across the top of the packet, so the other slices stay nice and crisp. For that reason alone I will be aiming to buy Ryvita in future, instead of these.
A quick, tasty, healthy snack, excellent value too
As good, if not better than the branded. Shame there's not more varieties.
I prefer these to the top brand , they are thinner
I prefer these to the top brand , they are thinner and more crunchy . They taste good and for the price they are a great deal.
Prefer the sesame crispbread
The crisp bread is fine, just wish the sesame seed version I normally have was available. Hopefully is just a supply issue and will be back. The Ryvita version is more expensive and not as crisp!
Stand alone great.
A great find. One teaspoon of olive oil soaks across two of these. A thin layer of yeast extract and bingo. Super crispy and tasty. Not to be confused with another type of crisp bread. Black current juice is not orange juice. 6 stars.
Slightly thinner than the branded equivalent but t
Slightly thinner than the branded equivalent but the same taste and just as versatile. Good value for lunch or snacking.
Tasteless, thin, no seasoning. Like eating baked cardboard. Will go back to my usual from a well known discounters.
Prefer these to the well-known brand
being a diet controlled diabetic I have these with a bit of feta cheese & a few olives and tomato