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Walkers Deep Ridged are now listed for purchase within our stores.

We apologise for the delay on this but it has been due to uncertainty at the Wholesalers with regards to assigned codes.

Filshill

Deep Ridged Steak – 249100
Deep Ridged Cheddar – 249110
Deep Ridged Salt & Vinegar – 249120

Palmer & Harvey

Deep Ridged Steak – 8633
Deep Ridged Cheddar – 8630
Deep Ridged Salt & Vinegar – 8631

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