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Salt & Cider Vinegar Crisps 150g - Two Farmers

Salt & Cider Vinegar Crisps 150g - Two Farmers

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We LOVE these PLASTIC FREE crisps - all the flavour and crunch whilst still protecting our wonderful countryside with a 100% compostable packet! These handcooked crisps are truly delicious, available in 6 different flavours it's difficult to choose a favourite. They are hand-cooked in Herefordshire, England, and as farmers their mission is to work hand in hand with nature, making the change that is needed to protect the environment for generations to come.


Salt & Cider Vinegar Crisps are lightly salted and flavoured with their own cider vinegar, made from apples grown in Herefordshire orchards.


  • 100% Plastic Free
  • No artificial flavours, colours or preservatives
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free


Using award-winning potatoes grown on Herefordshire farms, they slice & hand cook in small batches, flavouring them with locally sourced ingredients to create a great taste and great crunch. This range of crisps are made using potatoes that are grown, harvested, stored, cooked, and packed using renewable energy on their farms.


Also available in Lightly Salted, Woodland Mushroom & Wild Garlic, Hereford Hop Cheese & Onion, Hereford Bullshot and Herefordshire Sausage & Mustard.


    Potatoes, high-oliec sunflower oil, sherry vinegar powder, sea salt, Two Farmers cider vinegar powder, sugar, cider vinegar powder, acid: citric acid, rice flour, natural flavouring, antioxidant:rosemary extract. Suitable for vegans.


    Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Packaged in a protective atmosphere.


    The 100% plastic free packets are made from sustainable cellulose, and plant based, biodegradable ink and glues. Just pop it in your home compost or council food waste bin (check locally) when you are finished.

    Packets will decompose at home to between 26 and 38 weeks. With test criteria for home compost accreditation 26 weeks, the new packs are accredited for industrial compostability instead, however, they continue to be home compostable in a composting unit or on a compost heap.

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