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Novo Nutrition | Protein Chips | Healthy Savoury Snack with High Protein, Low Sugar and High Fibre | Pack of 6 x 30g (Barbecue)

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Y & C Wholesale– We are committed to our customers, importing a variety of brands and quality items at competitive pricing, alongside efficient and helpful customer service. Our promise to our customers is a no-hassle, efficient and friendly service. Find Y & C Wholesale on stand L955. Brown Bag Crisps– Our crisps have taken many sleepless nights to perfect. It all started in our kitchen, where Phil could be found until the small hours cooking and seasoning potato crisps until he found the perfect recipes. Find Brown Bag Crisps on stand L885. Minois Ltd T/A CHIKA’S Foods– IYANU is a native Nigerian word for “amazing” and CHIKA’S mission is to share IYANU goodness by bringing natural ingredients and taste sensations from Africa to both food lovers and the health conscious alike. Find Minois Ltd T/A CHIKA’S Foods on stand L884. Crisps are so versatile, they come in different shapes and sizes and flavours. We all know the classics, but have you tried: Truffle, Fried Egg, Jalapeño & Dill, or Mushroom & Wild Garlic!? Without a doubt, crisp flavour combos are endless. Remember when Walkers came out with ‘Cajun Squirrel’ flavour crisps? Although it was hated by sceptics, it certainly was a huge talking point! Simply Roasted– We’re here to change the crisps we eat, for the better, forever. We believe we’ve found a better way to make crisps, with everything you want (taste, crunch, satisfaction) and less of what you don’t want (calories, fat, salt). Find Simply Roasted on stand L442.

Mister Free’d – We make gluten-free, crave-worthy tortilla chips using simple and clean ingredients. No added nasties. Find Mister Free’d on stand L133. If you want to find many exciting crisp brands, and more for your café, coffee shop or supermarket then a visit to lunch! is essential. Crisp brands exhibiting at lunch! 2023

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Soy & Potato Chips (Soy Protein 45% Tapioca Starch, Potato Granules, Potato Flakes, Potato Starch, Salt), Sunflower Oil, Sour Cream & Onion Seasoning (Onion Powder, Yoghurt Powder (Milk), Cheese Powder (Milk), Salt, Whey Powder (Milk), Dextrose, Yeast Extract, Flavouring (Including Milk), Parsley, Acidifying Agent (Citric Acid)), Antioxidant (Rosemary Extract) Soy & Potato Chips (Soy Protein 45% Tapioca Starch, Potato Granules, Potato Flakes, Potato Starch, Salt), Sunflower Oil, Barbecue Seasoning (Sugar, Dextrose, Salt, Flavouring, Tomato Powder, Spice (Paprika, Allspice, Cinnamon), Yeast Extract, Onion Powder, Spirit Vinegar Powder, Molasses Powder (Molasses, Maltodextrin), Garlic Powder (Acidifying Agent (Citric Acid), Spice Extract (Paprika, Pimento)), Antioxidant (Rosemary Extract)

In recent years, health-conscious folks can now find low fat crisps from brands like, Simply Roasted or crisps made from healthier ingredients like sweet chili seaweed crisps, for example. Others include ‘Veggie straws’, ‘cauliflower or lentil crisps’ and more. Some may say they aren’t necessarily healthier than the classic potato, but they are extremely popular to say the least. Are crisps sustainable? The history of who first invented crisps is a little complicated as there is more than one origin story. The first recorded recipe was British, written in a cookbook called The Cook’s Oracle, by William Kitchiner, published in 1817. Kitchiner describes them as ‘Potatoes fried in slices or shavings.’ Soy & Potato Chips (Soy Protein 45% Tapioca Starch, Potato Granules, Potato Flakes, Potato Starch, Salt), Sunflower Oil, Sweet Thai Chili Seasoning (Sugar, Spices, (Chilli, Coriander, Ginger, Aniseed), Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Salt, Yeast Extract, Tomato Powder, Acidifying Agent (Citric Acid), Molasses Powder (Molasses, Maltodextrin), Herb (Lemongrass), Spice Extract (Paprika, Capsicum, Chilli), Antioxidant (Rosemary Extract)

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