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  • #16
    I went in a Tesco Express a couple of days ago mainly to find some Ringos but they had none.:cry:
    sigpic I WANT ONE NOW!!!!!

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    • #17
      Ringos

      Aw Stockcar, I am sorry you had a wasted journey! I went to my Tesco Express today (mainly to get a last-minute gift at 8pm on Christmas Eve - don't ask!) but I did also pick up two bags of Ringos.

      I just don't understand why the big Tesco's don't sell them....




      ~Smee_1972

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      • #18
        Good question Smee, they were tasty though very very tasty....

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        • #19
          Hi I have just found your site. I remember the school tuck shop where Jammie Dodgers were 1d each and if you walked home and spent your bus fare you could buy a packet of Potatoe Puffs for 3d I wish they would bring those back. This was in the 1960s, in my infant/junior school. I also remember the square fruit pies by Lyons I think and the original Wagon Wheels. I contacted the makers of these, asking about bringing back the originals for a while, but got a curt reaction from some slip of a girl in the office. Real poor PR.

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          • #20
            No ring goes like a Ringo goes.

            They weren't named after Richard Starkey, were they?
            I've everything I need to keep me satisfied
            There's nothing you can do to make me change my mind
            I'm having so much fun
            My lucky number's one
            Ah! Oh! Ah! Oh!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Smee_1972 View Post
              I was in a Tesco Express the other day, and what do I see in the 'crisps 'n' snacks' aisle but Ringos? I thought they had long been discontinued! How wrong I was! I bought a packet and scoffed them that very evening and they were YUM (cheese & onion flavour). AND just as yummy as I remembered. Why oh why won't they start making Skydvers again???



              ~Smee_1972
              Some favorite products go out of production because for many they become irrelevant, which means that it is unprofitable for the manufacturer to continue this production further. This is a natural process. It is called "product lifetime".

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