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    Let's Settle This: What Colour Should Crisp Packets Actually Be?

    And you thought Brexit was divisive.

    For too long one question has divided the nation: What colour should we label our crisps?

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    In a recent poll by YouGov, the British public supported a green colour scheme for Cheese & Onion and a blue scheme for Salt & Vinegar.

    By a landslide people also backed a red packet for Ready Salted.

    It's a heated debate.

    Retweet if you think Salt & Vinegar crisps should ALWAYS be in a blue packet, not GREEN!!..

    Traditionally Walkers have opted for a green coloured Salt and Vinegar with a blue Cheese and Onion, whereas practically every other brand have gone for the opposite.

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    The Walkers colour scheme has always been this way, and the company have had to put out a statement on their website due to customers being convinced that they used to be other way round.

    So, let's settle this once and for all.

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