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Introducing Huntley & Palmers Wafer Thins

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Introducing Huntley & Palmers Wafer Thins

Those who appreciate the finer things in life will enjoy the new addition to the Huntley & Palmers range, Wafer Thins.

Using 100% natural ingredients, with no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, Wafer Thins offer the refined quality and taste that Huntley & Palmers is renowned for.

Available in two variants; Natural and Cracked Pepper, these light and crispy crackers are ideal for any time of the day, with cheese, dips, spreads, or an antipasto platter.

Look out for the new Wafer Thins, available from your local supermarket from July 2008, priced at just $3.75.


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