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A packet of crisps and a pint have always been a winning combination, but now, thanks to Fairfields Farm Crisps and Adnams Brewery, you can enjoy two in one!
The new Adnams Ghost Ship Crisps are the latest innovation from artisan crisp aficionado Fairfields Farm Crisps. Teaming up with Suffolk brewery, Adnams, the team has created what they describe as 'hauntingly-good snacks'.
Using its own, home-grown Essex potatoes and developing and making the crisps on the farm, the new Adnams Ghost Ship crisps promise a delicious crunch with a good flavour of ale.
Aimed at the more discerning snack lover, these provenance-packed crisps are perfect with a pint, or simply enjoy them as a tasty treat any time of the day.
Produced in Colchester, Essex, Fairfields Farm Crisps use only the finest-quality potatoes grown on the farm before being sliced, cooked and packed in the purpose-built crisp factory only metres from the fields. These crisps boast the lowest food miles, but the best possible flavour!
Adnams Ghost Ship crisps are available in 40g packs from delis and farm shops nationwide and from Amazon.
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Fairfields Farm Crisps was established in October 2006.
All the potatoes used to make the crisps are grown on the family farm in Wormingford, Essex, before being prepared, cut, cooked and packed in the farm's purpose-built factory.
All the flavours are natural and sourced throughout the East Anglian region
Other flavours in the range include: Chorizo & Tomato, Lightly Sea Salted, Sea Salt & Aspall Cyder Vinegar, Sweet Suffolk Chilli, Suffolk Farmhouse Cheese & Chive, Wicks Manor Smoky Bacon & Sunday Roast Potato and Parsnip Crisps with Essex Honey & Black Pepper, Parsnip, Sour Cream and Chive and Sweet Potato, Chilli and Lime.
For more information about Fairfields Farm Crisps visit www.fairfieldsfarmcrisps.co.uk
01 Sep 2016 13:09
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