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Thread: do they have uk crisps in orlando?

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    ok ok ok I know its weird but we know they have lays I think theyre called but they only have a very few flavours compared to the uk, does any orlando shop do more types of crisps?

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    Id imagine the supermarkets would stock quite a few, we stayed opposite a walgreens and they had quite alot to choose from. We all like Lays though, dd took quite a liking to pringles while we were there and they were quite handy to keep in our bag for snacks. Cant remember seeing any walkers or anything like that though!



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    hmmm yeah good question

    Certainly have never seen any thing like the UK selection out there. I do like lays bbq and pringles were a good substitute for cheese and onion, salt and vinegar etc.

    ...but if you're hoping to find walkers roasted hedgehog, or sunday lunch flavour you're probably out of luck ;-)
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    they always seemed to be sold in giant bags, not like you get here a selection of 6 or so small bags, lays seemed to be just like walkers though.




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    There are small bags of (oddly ) flavored crisps available at the import shop on McLeod (in Orlando, just a short hop north of Universal Studios). It's call the International Food Club but it's not a club at all, and is open to anyone. Loads of imported foods there with a large British selection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 244986

    ...but if you're hoping to find walkers roasted hedgehog, or sunday lunch flavour you're probably out of luck ;-)
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    I admit to having an addiction to Publix own brand of sour cream crisps/chips. They're absolutely scrumptious.

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    lays are as good as walkers here imo
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    I thought Lays was made by Walkers.
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