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What is more, most new launches continue to focus on ready salted and salt and vinegar, which were the most popular in terms of new product development last year.
Then in 1964 came salt and vinegar, followed by roast chicken and beef and onion.
Tesco (Select 175g, 79p) Big crisps with a warm, inviting colour, they had a good balance of salt and vinegar.