GREGGS has launched its own range of crisps including packs of salt and vinegar crunchy sticks which look just like chipsticks made by Walkers.
The chips, alongside cheese puffs and chilli tortilla crisps, have been launched as part of the high Street bakers’ new range of snacks.
Greggs Greggs has launched its own version of Walkers’ Chipsticks
These 35g packets of Greggs snacks actually contain twice as many crisps than Walkers Smith’s chipsticks but they are more expensive too.
Each bag costs 70p from the bakery while an eight bag multi-pack costs just £1 from the supermarket, making each bag worth 13p.
The bags of cheese puffs look suspiciously like Wotsits but at 70p a bag they’re 10p cheaper than the real deal.
And with 201 calories, the bags from Greggs contain more calories than the branded snacks which contain 196 calories.
Greggs We hope the Cheese Puffs taste as good as Wotsits
Greggs The Chilli Tortilla Chips cost 70p which is cheaper than a bag of Doritos
The range also features bags of chilli tortilla chips which we’re guessing taste similar to chilli heatwave Doritos.
The own brand snacks also cost 70p and contain 193 calories per 35g bag, compared to 149 calories per 30g serving of the branded versions.
Packets of Naked Nuts is a mixture of almonds, cashews and walnut pieces, while the bags of Tropical Fruits are made up of fried mango, pineapple and coconut chips.
Smokey BBQ Crunch and Chocolate & Yoghurt Coated Raisin Mix are also part of the new line and contains 104 and 128 calories respectively.
Greggs The snacks launched last week and are already available to buy
If you fancy sinking your teeth into any of the new grub then you’ll be able to find them in your nearest store because they launched March 7.
Prices for the crisps start from 70p, while the bags of nuts costs 65p.
But it’s worth noting that they may be more expensive depending on what branch you visit as prices vary from shop to shop.
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Earlier this year, Greggs caused a stir by launching it’s vegan sausage roll which was hit among most of its customers.
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The retailer also made headlines last week after its annual turnover topped £1BILLION for the first time in 2018.
Greggs made a billion pounds in 2018 and Chief Exec Roger Whiteside says the vegan sausage roll has helped 2019 get off to a banger
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