Mad marketing – again: Flahavan’s Flapjack

Always on the lookout for new things I was excited to see these new Flahavan’s Oaty Flapjacks. I am trying to be good and buy Irish products when I can but I must admit that I bought these in Tesco because they were on offer at 2 euro instead of the usual 3.50 ish. I like Flahavan’s Oaty Flapjack, especially the choc-chip one – no surprises there then. So I am not knocking the company, but just their marketing morons.

Usually these companies make idiots of themselves with ‘new and improved’. NO, if it is improved then it must have been around a while so it can’t be new can it?

But this dozy lot have gone one better. I have had the cranberry and the choc-chip before but this is NEW – and the flavour of the NEW one? ORIGINAL of course! ARGHHHHHHH

flahavans flapjack


One Comment on “Mad marketing – again: Flahavan’s Flapjack”

  1. joy
    April 28, 2014 at 6:44 pm #

    lol but they do look yummy and im hungry at minutegood garden day today

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