Walkers Beef and Onion Crisps, 25 g, Pack of 6

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Walkers Beef and Onion Crisps, 25 g, Pack of 6

Walkers Beef and Onion Crisps, 25 g, Pack of 6

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Read More: American man shares wholesome reaction to British custom of sharing torn-open bag of crisps with pals in the pub The brand was founded by butcher Henry Walker in 1948 as rationing continued, and in the 1990s the brand became the leading crisp supplier in the UK. Walkers' first crisps were flavoured only with salt and sold for threepence, but then ventured into cheese and onion in 1954 thanks to manufacturing and scientific advancements. It replied to another fan: "Hi Ian, we know there were a lot of people that loved Beef & Onion, but sometimes, sadly the sales just aren't there, so we have to make changes to our range."

So Walkers have confirmed to me that they have once more discontinued their Beef & Onion flavour crisps. Sad times," they wrote.Also featuring in the 2008 Do Us A Flavour campaign, the idea was thought up by 26-year-old marketing executive Martyn Wright, from Hednesford. Speaking on his suggestion, he said: "The gentle Cajun flavouring will be delicious, and although the idea might sound bizarre, it really works. Walkers crisps are famous throughout the world - and one of the first products expats miss when they're abroad. Alongside familar favourites such as ready salted and cheese and onion, there have been some bizarre combinations which you cannot longer buy, but live long in the memory of fans. David said: Love smoky bacon but what has happened to Worcestershire sauce and especially tomato ketchup flavours! Cannot tell you how much I miss my two favourite flavours." And Fatboy4pie added: "That's a real shame, I enjoyed them in a sandwich!" Get all the latest updates on food, drink, entertainment and events in the North East with our free What’s On newsletter

A limited edition run which was launched during the Do Us A Flavour campaign, the idea was thought up by a 26-year-old marketing executive Martyn Wright, from Hednesford, near Tamworth. Alongside her question, she posted a meme of a dog with tears in its eyes, captioned: "Say it's not true". The American Cheeseburger flavour was launched during the World Cup of 2010 - and competed against a number of other nationally-themed flavours including French Garlic Baguette, Italian Spaghetti Bolognaise and eventual winner English Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding. Launched during the football World Cup of 2010, the American Cheeseburger flavour was a hit and competed in Walkers' very own tournament to see which of French garlic baguette, Italian spaghetti bolognaise and eventual winner English roast beef and yorkshire pudding, would come out on top. Another commenter, on a YouTube video in which the crisps were tasted, said: "I miss these, they were well nice, I bought a whole box of 48 they were that good!!" Cajun SquirrelMany Walkers fans were recently left fuming after hearing the news that the nation's favourite crisp firm were culling their Worcestershire sauce flavour - and they join a long list of other flavours which have come and gone in recent years. While ready salted crisps were the only ones available in the early days, the company went on to release more than 130 flavours since its inception - many of which are no longer available. Here, Chronicle Live breaks down all of the Walkers crisp flavours you can no longer get.

The Museum of Crisps recently revealed to Leicestershire Live all of the old flavours that you can no longer get your hands on. The brand was first founded by Henry Walker in 1948, and become the UK's leading crisp supplier in the 1990s. There's no frustration known to man like the anger experienced when a big-name brand decides to discontinue a product- whether it be the hazelnut filled Topic and Crispy Roll chocolate bars, or the zingy Diet Coke with lemon. She asked: "Have you stopped making Beef and Onion Crisps?" A Walkers spokesperson responded: "Hi Katie, sorry to say Beef & Onion was discontinued last year."

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I wanted something unique," he said. "The gentle Cajun flavouring will be delicious, and although the idea might sound bizarre, it really works. I've seen squirrel on restaurant menus and on cookery shows but had never tried it myself." Here's a list of every single flavour Walkers have put out over the years, according to the Museum of Crisps: One crisp lover called Katie asked: "Have you stopped making Beef and Onion Crisps?" A Walkers spokesperson responded: "Hi Katie, sorry to say Beef & Onion was discontinued last year." Cpfdazzler commented: "Just dawned on me Walkers Crisps have binned off BBQ, beef and onion and Worcestershire sauce flavours. Please don’t tell me Ketchup is next." Walkers Crisps have confirmed the company has stopped making another popular flavour. Last month it was confirmed the crisp manufacturer had pulled Worcester Sauce crisps, and fans noticed another flavour has been missing for some time.

It appears it has taken a while for the news to hit some fans as confirmation production of the flavour had ended was given on X earlier this year when Erika Robinson asked the firm: "Random question...can you still get Worcestershire sauce flavoured crisps anywhere?" She was then told: "Hi Erika, we recently stopped making Worcester Sauce flavour crisps, but thanks for asking." Responding to the news, one person said: “I’m sure I speak for many when I say Beef and Onion was my favourite flavour.” Another said: "What has happened to Worcestershire sauce? Cannot tell you how much I miss my favourite flavour."



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