It’s been a few months now since I’ve taken a flight to a fabulous destination, spending a few hours in the air watching movies and enjoying snacks. When I tried Jacob’s Oddities, they took me back to ‘aperitif time’ in the air, when the hostesses come around with drinks and little packets of scrumptious cheese crackers.
I was given the challenge of photographing the oddest place I’ve eaten Oddities. Because they remind me of travel, I thought ‘what is the oddest way of getting around London’? By barge boat on Regent’s Canal in Hackney, of course!
Oddities are bite-size baked savoury biscuits without any artificial flavours or colours, making them a healthier choice than crisps. They come in either cheese or smokey bacon flavours and in a range of sizes, from handybags to sharing bags. The light snacks are great for a quick bite on the go, whether it’s in your handbag or suitcase.
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