Jacob's Cream Crackers

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I'm sure I am. Since I was about 7 years old, whenever I got extra money, I would run round to the shop and buy a packet of Jacobs Cream Crackers. I would then go home, go straight to my bedroom and greedily eat them all. As times changed, I grew older and wiser, things never changed, well ... Read review

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Am I just crackers about them

AdvantagesThey are the fabbest snacking biccie

DisadvantagesI can't think of any

"I'm sure I am. Since I was about 7 years old, whenever I got extra money, I would run round to the shop and buy a packet of Jacobs Cream Crackers. I would then go home, go straight to my bedroom and greedily eat them all. As times changed, I grew older and wiser, things never changed, well maybe a few things. Now I send my husband straight to the shop to buy a pack and then I sit and eat them all! So why do I love these biscuits/crackers, and ..." Read review
31.08.2002

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Community Level 5kismet

kismet

JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS Review with images

Advantageslovely with cheese

Disadvantagesmakes you eat too much cheese!

"I am very partial to a bit of cheese and the nicest way to eat it apart from on its own, is with some Jacobs Cream Crackers. Jacobs Cream Crackers were originally created in 1885 and are currently owned/produced by United Biscuits. They are the fastest selling cracker in the UK and Jacobs is the number 1 name in crackers. PACKAGING ++++++++++ Described briefly as there is no picture at the top. If I can find one I will add it at the end. ..." Read review
17.03.2006

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Community Level 6water-witch

water-witch

A kick in the Jacobs

Advantagesgood for morning sickness

Disadvantagesdry as a bone!

"I was browsing through the categories, as you do, and noticed that nobody had written anything on Jacobs Cream Crackers. I was truly amazed! Can nobody have anything to say on this truly British masterpiece? I decided that I must try and write something on this truly boring food commodity. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind the odd cracker, but it needs to be smothered in butter and possibly something else. Have you noticed that when you put out ..." Read review
01.08.2002

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Community Level 4Janemartin

Janemartin

It's not nuts, it's crackers

AdvantagesTasty, quick snack

DisadvantagesThe fattening cheese that goes with them

"...suitable for vegetarians Comments write to The Jacob's bakery Limitited Po Box 14 Liverpool L9 7JX Freephone 08081 44 94 54 or post me a comment too. It is best to store them in an airtight container. Nutrition Information They have 35 calories per buiscuit. 0.8 g protein 1.1g fat So as you can see quite healthy, just beware what you put on them. Thanks for listening, Jane ..." Read review
10.11.2002

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Community Level 5suehome

suehome

Sweet, Sour, Savoury or Simply Plain….U Choose

Advantages30 ish per 200g packet

DisadvantagesNeed to be eaten quickly once opened.....shame

"...his Dublin factory in 1885.Today Jacob's is now owned by French food giant Danone, and although the brand is still the top cracker in the UK, it appears our tastes are becoming more diverse and continental. Hence Jacob's is now making things more exotic with a Mediterranean range which are lighter and crumblier, more suited to Brie or Feta perhaps? Each lightly baked cracker has six and a quarter square inches of surface on which to spread a topping. ..." Read review
03.11.2008

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Type Crackers
Manufacturer Jacob's

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