Real Crisps – Political Style!

Real Political CrispsA local Welsh company based in Crumlin, “Real Crisps” have taken the policitcal and crisp world by storm and seen an opportunity for an exciting new product.
“The Real Election Crisps”are based on the three main parties for the 2010 General Election.
There is a yellow coloured packet featuring Nick Clegg, A blue coloured packet featuring David Cameron and a red coloured packet featuring current Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Real Political Crisps-Nick CleggReal Political Crisps-David CameronReal Political Crisps-Gordon Brown

The premise behind these special edition crisps is that you decide which party you want to buy and eat and then vote accordingly on the Real Crisp website. Ie they are having their own (crisp) election poll and have a crisp map of the Britain. To make things a bit fairer all Real Election Crisps are sea-salt flavour! There was some suggestion of the political flavours being pig and cheese but they’ve opted for the sensible decision.


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