Flapjack frenzy

**The term 'flapjack' was originally used as early as the beginning of the 17th century - but it wasn't neccessarily the flapjack we know today. It was usually a flat tart or a pan-cake**

**Shakespeare quotes the flapjack in his play 'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' - suggesting it was a 'common' English dessert**

**Australians refer to flapjacks as a 'cereal bar' or simply, a 'slice'**

Fancy a flapjack? Take a look at our extensive range that includes:

[MAPLE]

[GINGER AND APRICOT]

[CHOC, CHERRY AND COCONUT]

[ORANGE AND DARK CHOCOLATE]

[YO BERRY]

[DARK AND HANDSOME]

[DARK AND FRUITY]

[NUTOFFEE]

 

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