Crawford's Custard Creams 300g
BEST BEFORE DATE HAS PASSED
April 3rd, 2021
Be an Informed Shopper: "BEST BEFORE DATE" vs "EXPIRY DATE"
An expiry date will normally be on perishable items such as milk, eggs, etc, where the best before date identifies the "optimum" date that the packaged goods will hold their flavour and freshness. Though with quality foods a very high percentage of the flavour and freshness will be retained for an extended period after the best before date has passed. The Scottish and Irish Store to add additional value for our customers, reviews the various food items best before dates on a monthly basis and applies discounts. The Law does not require retail stores to markdown or remove packaged food items that have passed best before dates. It is up to the customer to decide to purchase them or not.
Voted in past surveys as the nation’s favourite biscuit, Crawfords Custard Creams' popularity remains undiminished by time.
With its classic design of two layers of biscuit sandwiching a tasty cream centre, its Victorian swirls, and its multitude of ways to be eaten, the Custard Cream is quite simply a British institution.
Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Sugar, Vegetable Oil (Palm), Whey Solids (Milk), Glucose Syrup, Wheat Starch, Raising Agents (Ammonium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Salt, Natural Flavouring, Colour (Mixed Carotenes)
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Biscuit (11.9g)|
|of which Saturates||13.5g||1.6g|
|of which Sugars||30.6g||3.6g|