Kavli Thins Murdered
Not able to get these in Aust any more. Before they were dumped manufacture moved to Germany and they tasted horrible. The cover story is the machine making them broke and it will take 12 months to fix it !!! - very un -German like. Would be interested in true story - my theory is that the Norwegians would rather kill them than sell them in their present form.
Was Excellent but now droppind to good
Due to medical reasons I eat these all the time. Had to search for them because Woollies and Coles stopped selling them. Found them in Super IGA in new packaging but they changed the recipe that has lost some of its taste. Still OK and enjoyed but not like before. Why do companies have to change the contents/recipe to less inviting, just to change the packaging and price? Is this the way they think that they saved money? People know what they like and if you change the product too much, people will stop buying the product as they won't like it or enjoy it anymore.
Kavli Crispbread is fabulous!
Kavli has been around longer than me (65 years) because it's great in so many ways. I love the texture and taste. It's healthy. It's the perfect biscuit (cut into 4 or 6 mini squares) for serving with cheese, especially blue vein, camembert & brie served with a slice of strawberry on top - like the picture on the packet. It's brilliant with vegemite and with peanut butter or avocado and tomato. Just try it once - it's much nicer than it looks!!!
It's natural, no artificial anythings! And it's inexpensive!
Woolworths and Coles have suddenly stopped selling it after ~60 years!
Questions & Answers
Where can I order these Kavli Crispy Thins from, and can they be ordered on line?I live in Louisiana.
I need to have those wonderful crisp breads back in our local shops....Woolworths Coles or IGA. Thank You.
Why can’t we get Kabila crisbread biscuits in Australia as I know for a fact they are back in production
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