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1 star only for oatcakes that do *not* contain olive oil, as implied
on 19 August 2014
I'm giving them one star only because the description on amazon [not on the packet] says "Containing all the goodness of rough wholegrain oats and olive oil". Well, there is NO olive in them. To interpret that description, they contain only the "goodness" of olive oil. LOL! That's getting close to being a trades description violation. If they were made with olive oil, as Clearspring's are, they'd have a better taste. Also, as another reviewer notes, they contain milk - not indicated in the description. We now have 12 packets that I'll have to glare at, or return, or enjoy less. Before writing this review, I did find this, but they're not available - Paterson's oatcakes that do contain olive oil, as stated on the packet here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Paterson-Olive-Oil-Oatcake-Pack/dp/B006DI2M0O btw i *never* buy Nairn's because of its policy on using palm oil.