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Community Level 7grafter123

grafter123

Sunshine on a winter's day

AdvantagesCovenient, small, easy to store, last quite a while, good value, healthy

DisadvantagesNone for me

"...Sunshine. Sunny Raisin's are produced by Whitworths which is a well established company. All those packs of dried fruits which we use in baking, and products such as pearl barley, are produced by them also. Sunny Raisin are handy, as they are purchased in packs of six little boxes, which are wrapped overall in a cellophane wrapper. The individual boxes are about 3 inches by 21/2 inches by 1 inch deep and are very bright and cheerful looking. ..." Read review
02.02.2008

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Community Level 4Chuchy

Chuchy

No need to hide this from the kids Review with images

AdvantagesA handy pack of nutritious snack

DisadvantagesNone whatsoever

"...and acquisitions. Although the Whitworths Group Ltd headquarters are in the UK, Sunny Raisin is actually produced in the USA using Californian grapes. Packaging, Availability and Price ========================== Sunny Raisin is available in handy multi-packs of 6 X 42.5g and also in large bags of 250g. I paid £1.29 for a multipack in my local convenience store, but I've seen it for £1.09 in Tesco's since. The 250g bags cost around £1.27 in the ..." Read review
26.11.2006

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