Warburtons launches New Baked Naan Chips: 20 lucky winners can win a box!

Warburtons Baked Naan Chips
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20 prizes to be won!

When we think of India we picture the Taj Mahal, beautiful Bollywood dancing, and noisy bartering at lively bazaars – now you can experience a taste of India in a delicious, crunchy bite with new Baked Naan Chips from Britain’s favourite baker, Warburtons.

Spice things up by swapping your popadoms for a bag of Baked Naan Chips, the perfect accompaniment to a curry, or great just to dip and crunch your way through. It’s hard to believe the whole range is baked not fried, with 33% less fat than potato crisps.
Available in three flavours - Creamy Korma (mild), Classic Tikka (medium) and Fiery Madras (hot), in big sharing bags (150g) to suit the tastes of all your friends and family.

Classic Tikka and Fiery Madras are available in Morrisons stores across the UK, RSP £1.79.

We are giving 20 lucky winners the chance to win a box of Classic Tikka.

The prize: 20 x A Box of Warburtons Baked Naan Chips

Terms associated with this competition:
One entry per person. No purchase necessary. Twenty prizes available.

There is no cash alternative to prizes, and no alternative prizes can be offered. No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are delayed or wrongly entered. Prizes will be awarded by drawing entries after the closing date.

Prizes are supplied in the form of a box of Baked Naan Chips including 8 x 150g packets of Classic Tikka.
Winners will be notified by post directly from Warburtons. A list of winners is available by sending an SAE to Warburtons, Snacks Team, Hereford House, Hereford Street, Bolton, BL1 8JB.
Winners must agree to the publication of their names and photos in print and in any associated online product. The Editor's decision is final and no correspondence can be entered into. Entry implies acceptance of these rules.
This promotion ends on 07/11/2012 . Please refer to our rules of play- www.thisiscompetitions.co.uk/rules.php


Simply choose the correct answer to the following question to be entered into this free prize draw:

What style of dancing is traditional in India?