From crisps to prescient poetry

24th March 2000 at 00:00
HERE we go again. Crisps are bad for our children (TES, March 10)! Surely there is a significant difference between flavoured and plain crisps?

The latter contain no artificial flavours or additive, the carbohydrates provide energy and the crisps themselves in their scratchiness are healthy for children's teeth.

Lesley Hewitt

17 Whetty Lane


Rednal, Birmingham

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