Most kind, but it is not about "what I would buy", it is about what I would call a product in that context.You wouldn't even buy a package of (dark) chocolate-covered almonds?
You are missing out. I'll mail some to you in a package.
Good point, suzi. 'Packet of crisps' works for me too, as an alternative to 'bag of crisps', and 'packet' would probably be my preferred term for peanuts, pork scratchings and the like (at least for the small packets they sell in pubs).I might get a packet of crisps, biscuits, etc but never a package of crisps.
Sorry, as another resident of the USA, I disagree. I don't buy things in packages, for the most part. I buy them in bags, boxes, cans, bottles, bars, packets, canisters, cartons... but not packages. I get a package in the mail.Okay. That's fair. We buy things in both bags and packages in the USA.