£1.0079.4p per 100g
The idea for the TOFFEE CRISP bar originated from John Henderson, the great-nephew of John Mackintosh, who adapted a cake recipe made by his late wife Edith for their children. The recipe used a combination of crispy rice pieces and chocolate cake, however when he initially submitted samples to the board it was felt that it needed something more so after further development a soft toffee was added along the top and with its unique combination of textures with crispy cereal pieces, chewy toffee and smooth milk chocolate the TOFFEE CRISP was born.
Initially TOFFEE CRISP Bars were produced at MacKintosh's factory in Halifax, however in 2012 production was moved to Newcastle where they still continue to be made to this day.
In the 1980's and 1990's there were a series of TV advertisements which each ended with the strapline "Somebody, somewhere is have a Toffee Crisp".
TOFFEE CRISP does not contain any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per biscuit||Reference Intake*||%RI*|
|of which: saturates||17.5g||3.3g||20g||17%|
|of which: sugars||48.8g||9.3g||90g||10%|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (1)
I cant believe how small these are now! I havent had any for a couple of years and thought Id treat myself. They used to be the same size as snickers, Mars, lion bars etc but they have to be at least half the size of not smaller. Needless to say I wont be buying again.