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Why do bourbon biscuits have holes in them?

Have you ever wondered why the classic bourbon cream biscuit has those characteristic holes in them? Now a biscuit maker and industry insider has revealed the tricks of the biscuit trade and why some biscuits have these hollows and why some do not. Appearing on Channel 4’s Food Unwrapped, Mark Greenwell, the team manager at United Biscuits factory in Carlisle in North West England, which makes McVitie’s and Carr’s biscuits, said that there’s actually a vital reason why these snacks have holes in them, and others…