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Downward spiral: dismayed Walnut Whip lovers react to loss of nut
Nut fair: Nestl� have launched a nut-free version of their Walnut Whip. Photograph: Nestle/PA. Nestl�. Downward spiral: dismayed Walnut Whip lovers react to loss of nut.
Nestl� launches Walnut Whips without any walnut as price of key ingredient soars  
Nestle launches nut-free Walnut Whip range – and Twitter goes nutty  
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