McVities Digestives (400g)

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Product information

Arguably the UK’s favourite biscuit the McVities Digestive is famed for its sweet, wheaty taste, crumbly texture and renowned suitability for dunking. A bona fide legend in the world of biscuits.

Whilst the name ‘digestive’ comes from the antacid properties that the biscuit was thought to have when it was first made, McVities Digestives no longer claim to deliver this benefit – they simply offer an unrivalled taste that is loved by millions.

This hefty pack of McVities Digestives should last you a good while (although this will ultimately depend on your strength of willpower once you’ve started eating them).

Most popular with customers in United States of America (USA), France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Canada, Japan, Denmark and Belgium, but you can buy McVities Digestives for delivery worldwide.

One of our McVities branded products.

Allergy Advice

May Contain Milk, Contains Wheat.


Flour (55%) (Wheat Flour, Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Vegetable Oil (Palm), Wholemeal Wheat Flour (16%), Sugar, Partially Inverted Sugar Syrup, Raising Agents (Sodium Bicarbonate, Malic Acid, Ammonium Bicarbonate), Salt.

Lifestyle / Additives

  • Free From Artificial Colours, Free From Artificial Flavours.
  • Suitable for Vegans, Suitable for Vegetarians.

Nutritional information

Typical ValuesPer 100gPer Biscuit (14.7g)
Energy (kJ)2025298
of which Saturates10.1g1.5g
of which Sugars15.1g2.2g
Typical number of biscuits per pack: 27  

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Store in a Cool, Dry Place. Once Opened, Store in an Airtight Container.
  3. Pack Type: Bag.

Product reviews

5 starsRobert from Poland on

Absolutely adhore this biscuit for us the Mc Vities Digestive is simply one of the most traditional and simply delious biscuit you can buy!! wheth you are like my family and enjoy dunking this bisuit in your tea or coffee or more adventurous like me who prefers them slightly buttered but with a small piece of cheddar cheese on simply delightful!! whatever you choose enjoy!!

5 starsLina from Belgium on

They are very nice, I bought them for my dad and he loves them, dipping them in tea or coffee, they taste fabulous. Nice and crispy biscuits, he's very happy with them so I'd definitely order them again. McVities is a great brand! Nice, large packages, great quality, great taste!

5 starsAgne from Lithuania on

Ugh, I love these, they are my favourite cookies! In my country, there aren't such cookies or they are very hard to find, so finding them here was amazing. They're truly perfect with a cup of tea, coffee or even milk they soften very nicely in hot tea, just like Oreos in milk. Plus, they're not very sweet, you can feel light earthiness, graininess and fool yourself that they're at least somewhat healthier!

5 starsStephanie from United States on

I have always enjoyed digestive biscuits as a snack for any occasion. The stock of these biscuits are pretty limited here in the U.S and my daughter loves them very much. She can't seem to get enough of them at all. I especially love that she can enjoy the British taste.

5 starsMariafelicia from Italy on

Never absent in my pantry. They are excellent with tea, coffee, latte, anything you like. They are the perfect substitute for graham crackers to make tasty s'mores and for the base of your cheesecake.

5 starsMarek from Slovakia on

These Mcvities Digestives biscuits are best traditional product. These digestives are just perfect. In an ever changing world they are a constant and they have been the same dependable biscuits for years and years. Nice texture, sweet, buttery and crispy with a proper digestive taste unlike cheaper versions which taste more like cardboard. Just only one gives me the energy to keep studying and I really enjoy those few moments with a cup of tea or coffee every day.

5 starsClive from Italy on

Another traditional mainstay but it's not been improved upon. If you're peckish and there's a packet of digestives around - there's your answer. As other reviewers have pointed out, they're also perfect for use in baking and are a nice accompaniment to a good cheese. Personally, we prefer the plain digestives to the chocolate-covered ones (which can be a bit messy - especially in a hot climate).

5 starsAnne from Canada on

These are my all time favourite "bickies". Cannot and will not start my day without these and a cuppa (especially PG Tips tea!). And they really are versatile. I have them just plain with my tea, but I also love them with cheddar cheese; jam; peanut butter; actually I think the toppings are pretty endless - whatever your favourite topping is will work. There is a very good reason why these bickies are still around - they are that good. Definitely a must have for all ex-Pats that's for sure.

5 starsEileen from Canada on

These wonderful biscuits are incredibly versatile, they can be used as the base of a cheese cake, enjoyed with a hot drink, or if you want to be truly decadent, sandwich two together with butter. They also pair nicely with cheese, once opened they do not last long in my house.

5 starsLinda from France on

These are so great for dunking with a cup of tea, using for cheesecakes bases but I just love them served with cheese. They don't crumble like crackers and there is something really moorish about the sweet taste of the biscuit with a tangy cheese - spread a little butter on if you want to be really naughty.

5 starsJohn from Germany on

Mc'Vities digestives are the most common tea drinker cookies. There are many ways of enjoying them. Either with a good cup of tea with milk or just as they are in front of the television or if you have friends coming around. You will never make a mistake in offering your guests some of these. Five stars!

4 starsIan from Germany on

McVities Digestives have been a tea drinkers biscuit of choice for multiple years. They are quite thick and can survive a short immersion leaving them slightly soggy.

I prefer to eat these biscuits without making them soggy as I currently have all my teeth and enjoy chewing. In a few years maybe I will need to edit this review.

5 starsCaterina from France on

As already mentioned, McVities Digestives are wonderful with tea, but they're also great with cheese, jam, ham or basically any sweet or savoury topping. They're so versatile that they can be used in any number of recipes, from cheesecake to fruit tarts. There are many different brands of digestive biscuits but McVities are by far the best.

4 starsLiam from Netherlands on

I usually only buy chocolate covered biscuits as I can find the plain ones quite bland tasting. I won a packet of McVities digestives during a BCS contest so I decided to try one today as we had them for a while. I was pleasantly surprised as they are quite tasty and go perfectly while with a cup of tea.

5 starsMargaret from Italy on

Is there anything better than this with a cup of tea? Well, apart from mince pies at Christmas!

I like the chocolate digestives too, but this biscuit actually tastes like it's good for you and doesn't have too many calories. Am I kidding myself? Maybe so, but nothing beats that traditional taste.

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