Bn bn biscuits banned?

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Demetris Schuster asked a question: Bn bn biscuits banned?
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Date created: Tue, Mar 23, 2021 4:18 PM
Date updated: Thu, Jun 23, 2022 2:40 PM

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That's right, NOWHERE in the UK. They haven't been since sometime in the early 00s when they disappeared COMPLETELY. There's a couple of theories, one being the interesting although strange urban legend claiming they were banned because one batch of biscuits contained cocaine

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Boron Nitride (BN) is known as Inorganic graphite. The most stable crystalline form is the hexagonal one, also called h-BN, α-BN, or g-BN (graphitic BN).

I noticed in Tesco the French BN Biscuits are finally back after being apparently banned back in 2003 over here. They have the BN Minis in chocolate and strawberry varieties. And the normal BN's also in vanilla.

BN biscuits have returned to the UK once more Credit: Home Bargains The box contains four packs of two “BN pockets”, meaning they are just over 12p per biscuit.

Here is a 1990s UK commercial for BN Biscuits. In the early 2000s they disappeared from UK shelves.Join this Facebook group and show your support to bring ba...

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‎BN, United Biscuits, Freepost NAT 4520, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, LE65 1NZ, UK.BN, United Biscuits, Freepost NAT 4520, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, LE65 1NZ, UK. Country of origin ‎United Kingdom

South Africans living in the UK are facing a ban on some of their favourite foods, due to them not meeting the production standards required by the EU. As of the 31 st March 2017, South Africa ...

There's a couple of theories, one being the interesting although strange urban legend claiming they were banned because one batch of biscuits contained cocaine. (Ha, don't you just love stupid urban legends?) A more likely theory is that they probably just didn't sell enough.

There are seven different flavours of the BN biscuit: chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, custard, raspberry, apricot and milk chocolate. They also come in a "Mini BN" variety. A relaunch in September 1999 in the United Kingdom involved an advertising campaign with the name "BN BN" sung along to the tune of catchy "Mah Nà Mah Nà". Despite public petitions, BN Biscuits were not sold in the UK for a 10-year gap (2003 to 2013); however, they were still sold in many French, Nigerian and Afghan stores.

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