WOTSITS is a household favourite crisp, perfect for lunchboxes or a quick snack – but you'll pay a price for the brand.
A six-bag multipack of Wotsists cost will set you back around £2 in most supermarkets.
As the price of getting your big shop in is soaring, households might be wondering whether to switch to cheaper versions.
Many supermarkets have produced cheaper own0brand cheese puffs – but do they taste as good?
We asked consumer reporter Olivia Marshall to find out. Here's how the crisps fared.
Wotsits Really Cheesy Multipack Crisps (6×16.5g)
- £2 from Asda
- £2.02 per 100g
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You can't really go wrong with the original Walkers Wotsits – the cheesy and crumbly crisps are a classic.
They were full of flavour and had a great crunch when you bit into one.
But I could not ignore the high price of the treat compared to the other supermarkets' own brands, some of which tasted just as good, if not better.
- TASTE: 8/10
- PRICE: 5/10
- TOTAL SCORE: 13/20
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