Year 9 Snack Attack


As part of their Business Enterprise course, Y9 students carried out their own market research into the savoury snacks. They carried out a blind tasting of eight varieties of crisp and scored them according to several criteria which included taste, crunch, appearance and texture. As can be seen, some crisps were much more popular than others! The totals were added up and the winning crisp was declared (on a first past the post rather than AV basis).


For the record, the favourite crisp was the Co-op Truly Irresistible Cheese and Onion crisp, with Pringles Original coming in second. The ‘Marmite’ crisp award (either loved or hated) went to the mixed root vegetable variety.