Snack sized for a rat
Ok there are 3 crackers wow! There is barely enough cheese to dip 2 of those crackers into! Need to ad another cracker so there’s 4 + the amount of cheese needs to be at least doubled because there is so little of it that it is in actual fact ridiculous! Pick up your game uncle Toby !!
Purchased in August 2020.
A rushed prepackaged modern meal substitute
The “cheese” spread to start with, is a processed substitute for normal cheese for starters and tastes like most artificial proceeded foods. The three accompying small salty crackers are what you also would expect from modern processed foods. So yes in a pinch and if your lazy I suppose occasionally this small serving of artificial ‘food’ might be a substitute, if you must indulge in quick dirty food fixes.
Purchased in June 2019 for A$5.99.
This is horrible! The cheese tastes like chemicals. Plus, they stole from bluebird. I was vomiting the next day. Nasty.
Well, This cheese made me throw up. Eew. Crackers, Disgusting. Whole thing? Copy of bluebird.
Purchased in August 2018.
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I was sick from the cheese
Yesterday I brought a box at woolworths in booval qld. And I was throwing up after a bite. That's when I noticed the cheese was all oily like their was something put in it. Don't no what it was but I will never buy again.didn't save keep it. Just throw it in the bin
I always carry these for morning tea at work but was very disappointed at the last purchase when the whole box of biscuits were stale.
When only purchased 2 days before at woolies Katoomba.
Changed product - for the worse
I haven't had these for a few months and then bought one pack yesterday. It looks like they changed the recipes. The biscuits are very different and now have poppy seeds in them???? And the cheese seems too soft and watery. Just doesn't taste right. Used to be a family favourite snack for decades, now I'm going to stop buying it.
Rotten cheese contaminated
Found something disgusting in. The cheese tonight from a brand new box bought 2 days ago thankfully i have not eaten any of it, will never be buying again.
Just as great as I remember!
I ate these when I was at primary school, and had a craving almost 15 years later to discover that these are just as good as I remember. I live in New York now, and have my friends bring boxes over whenever they come to visit.
Crackers are perfectly crunchy, and cheese is spreadable and the perfect portion.
Almost food poisoning
Found rotten cheese in one of the pack. Was just about to give it to my 3 year old. Don’t know what made me open it myself and smell it. Very unlikely of me to do so because baby usually wants to rip the pack himself, guess I can thanks my lucky stars.
I just got a freight, as I also unknowingly had licked the foil, I realised that the cheese was contaminated and that I had just licked the rotten foul smelling cheese.
I was so relieved that my baby was all safe ( also happens that daddy dear packs it usually in buns snack box for k...
Le 'Snak'? more like 'Le Nibble'
Wassup Uncle Tobys?? I got some Le snaks because I had memories of them being awesome, i was met with extreme dissapointment as the serving size is tiny now. Why Uncle Tobys why!!!!!!! They are at least 30% smaller than they used to be. You can't fool me with your curved cheese section optical trickery, I know damn well you went stingy on the cheese, also, weren't there 4 biscuits?? where did that extra biscuit go!!!! You csn shove your Le dissapointments up yo Uncle Tobys.
Le Snak is le quintessential lunchtime snak
To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Le Snak. The flavor is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of the oral muscles most of the palatte will go over a typical consumer's tastebuds. There's the delectable gamut of Uncle Toby's inviting flavors, which is deftly woven Le Snak's unique characterisation - their internal chemistry draws heavily from Guy Fieri literature, for instance. Le fans understand this stuff; they have the digestive capacity to truly appreciate the nuance, to realize that they're not just tasty- the...y say something deep about LIFE. As a consequence people who dislike Le Snak truly ARE idiots- of course they wouldn't appreciate, for instance, the meaning in it's existencial catchphrase "Powered by Oats," which itself is a cryptic reference to Turgenev's Russian epic Fathers and Sons I'm smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as Uncle Toby's genius unfolds itself in their mouths. What fools... how I pity them.
The Tasty cheese is just great.
My VERY VERY fussy little dog just loves the tasty cheese, and I was wondering if you sell just the tasty cheese. We also enjoy the TASTY cheese and crackers.
Foil too thin
Have been a big fan of Le Snak until they changed the foil packaging. Way too thin now and can't be removed without splitting no matter how careful you are. No one should have to dip their fingers into the cheese just to remove the foil!
Still good but packaging is now cheap.
Still tastes great but recently looks like Uncle Tobys went cheap on the foil packaging which now is super thin and tears on trying to open the packet leaving behind strips of foil or strips of plastic where it even separates from that.
Exemplary biscuits, have never tasted better
Almost as good as salt and vinegar chips, these French onions give me a true taste sensation. It's like I'm crying on the Eiffel tower, but I'm really just eating French Onion Le Snak.
Mini size for full price
Crackers have shrunk... cheese dip is minimal... same price. Seems everything gets smaller yet price doesn't...
How can they get away with this all the time..
Cheese hard and bland, crackers bland. My kids hate them, I hate them. Complete crap. Will never buy again. Thanks Uncle Tobys.
I brought le snaks all the time for the kids lunches why did you change the cheese the kids hate it now so I don't buy them anymore
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