Marks & Spencer Crackling Crisps
Look what HBS roving reporter Phil found today, they are called ‘Marks & Spencer Crackling Crisps’…
“On a recent trip to Marks & Spencer, I spied these little beauties in one of the fridges. They have a fairly short shelf life which would seem like a good idea and being kept in the fridge, hopefully, they will stay fresh for longer.”
Well Phil, I think this is a loose sense of the term ‘crisps‘ but maybe I’m wrong. I was under the impression that crisps (ships in the US) are made from potato. But I think I can see what’s going on here. Marks & Spencer are trying to sanitise the product, distancing it from the skin, fat, hair aspects that a true scratching lover admires. Crisps, they are nice and friendly, the sort of thing you may have in a bowl at a dinner party. I suppose Marks & Spencer could make them long and thin and straight and call them straws!
Cheers Phil, keep up the good work.
And if anyone else finds a brand of pork scratchings that we have not seen before, then please let us know, contact us… thanks