By Antonia Paget and Luke May For Mailonline
Published: 14:25 BST, 25 September 2020 | Updated: 14:59 BST, 25 September 2020
Crisp fans are racing to get their hands on the final Brannigans crisps in circulation after KP axed the brand - with some selling online for up to £3 per pack.
Brannigans, which were famous for their eye watering flavours, has been discontinued due to 'falling demand'.
Desperate fans are eyeing up one last taste of the snack, with many listing them for sale on online shopping sites like eBay.
One listing selling a five pack for £14.99 is attracting views despite the crisps reaching their sell-by date today.
Desperate fans are trying to get their hands on the final packets in circulation. This eBay listing was selling packets for £3 a pop, despite the crisps reaching their sell-by date today
KP Snacks said it had taken the 'difficult decision,' to discontinue Brannigans crisps amid dwindling sales
Brannigans crisps have been on British shelves since the 1980s, but flavours were cut down to just two options in 2000 - roast beef and mustard or ham and pickle.
The decision was announced earlier this week by Slough-based KP Snacks, which also produces nuts and top brands such as McCoy's, Hula Hoops and Space Raiders.
A KP Snacks spokesperson commented: 'We continually review our product range to make sure that it meets the demands of all our consumers and I can confirm that we have recently taken the difficult decision to discontinue Brannigans.'
The company had previously told Eater London: 'Whilst this product had been cited as a fond favourite,