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Crawfords Garibaldi Biscuits 100 g (Pack of 12)


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  • Less than 1g fat per biscuit
  • Golden crispy
  • Filled with raisins
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Technical Details
BrandCrawfords
Product Dimensions21.1 x 20.8 x 8.4 cm
SpecialityNo artificial flavour, Suitable for Vegetarians
Package InformationHeat Sealed
Manufacturer/ProducerPALKK
Country Produced InUnited Kingdom
  
Additional Information
ASINB003DKT8AC
Best Sellers Rank 7,308 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
Date First Available8 Feb 2012
  
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Garibaldi biscuits are a crisp golden brown cookie filled with plump raisins. They have been made in England since 1813. The is only 1 gram of fat per biscuit.

Ingredients

Currants (40percent) wheat flour vegetable oil wheat starch sugar glucose syrup dried skimmed milk dextrose monohydrate lactose raising agents (sodium bicarbonate, ammonium bicarbonate) salt

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By FYI on 16 May 2013
Now I know why DCI Gene Hunt (Philip Glenister) of Life on Mars loves these crispy biscuits! Garibaldis aren't too sweet, the flavour is old-fashioned in an appealing, gentle way. Between thin, golden biscuits, currants are squashed in a paste; some say this resembles an Eccles cake. Another biscuit brand, McVitie's, claims that 52 digestive biscuits per second are consumed in the U.K. per day. This robust figure doesn't even include Garibaldis! Upon informal occasions, they may be dunked in tea. Enjoy!

Each slim 100g packet of "Golden crispy biscuits filled with currants" contains 2 layers of thin biscuits, divided into five sections. Ingredients include: Currants (40%), Wheat Flour, Vegetable Oil [not hydrogenated Palm Kernel, thankfully], Sugar, Dried Skimmed Milk, and Baking Soda.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Currants? 11 May 2011
By Glenn Lord - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered these after looking for the Sunshine biscuits that are sadly no longer made. I have to say I remember the American version was better (perhaps sweeter) but these seem to be a hit with everyone in my office. The package arrived and three packs quickly disappeared before I could hide them. If you like Raisin (currants) Biscuits this seems to be your only choice. Given the price and the fact that they are pretty good I will probably order again. One word of warning; it is hard to stop eating them once you start.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Just Like Old Times 30 April 2011
By J. Escobar - Published on Amazon.com
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These cookies are great and brought back memories of much tamer times. The use of currants instead of raisins didn't change the taste much at all. If you're looking to replace the Sunshine raisin cookie, this works.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A bit of "Sunshine" 13 Feb 2011
By gmchu - Published on Amazon.com
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Since Sunshine discontinued their wonderful raisin biscuits, I've been searching for a replacement. These definitely fill the bill! Great taste, great price, great service - quick delivery. So happy!
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Almost as good as the old Sunshine raisin biscuits 8 Jan 2011
By Socks Fan - Published on Amazon.com
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These are wonderful biscuits. My family's only disappointment is that they're too crispy compared to the raisin biscuits Sunshine sold until a few years ago and not as substantial. We've been able to solve the crispiness problem by putting a few biscuits and a small chunk of bread in a small, covered container; after a few hours, they're softened just a bit and are super yummy. Just wish they were a little more substantial.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Enjoying! 18 May 2011
By Marilyn H. Fine - Published on Amazon.com
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My sister and I had looked all over to find the Sunshine raisin biscuit cookies we both enjoy. Found what I thought was the same on Amazon. They aren't exactly as I remember Sunshine ones but quite good. Because the biscuit part is a bit harder and less sugary, at first I wasn't sure about them. However, now that I have consumed several packages, I'm not sorry I ordered and would do so again.
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