The ancient packet of Primes' cheese and onion was found behind a kitchen cupboard in Bristol – with a best before date of November 7, 1992.
"We found them behind the kitchen units as we're having a refurb," crisp archaeologist Damian Connop tells Metro.
"They look immaculate considering their age. I couldn't find any information about them, just that they were around in the 80s and 90s."
The item's condition is listed as "New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item".
But eating the snack – which is as old as Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus – is not recommended, and the seller describes the packet as an "archive piece".
The listing reads: "Get your piece of pub snack history with an unopened packet of Primes' Cheese & Onion crisps, sporting an expiry date of 7 November 1992.
"Date of manufacture is unclear but in excellent condition considering their 26 years behind a kitchen cupboard! Archive piece, not for consumption. Collection available from Park Street, Bristol."
Proceeds from the auction will go to One25, a Bristol charity helping women to break free from street sex work, addiction and other life-controlling issues.
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