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Curry chips from Farm Frites

24 September 2008 by
Curry chips from Farm Frites

Cobra Strike, Elephant's Trunk and Sneaky Tiger are three of the six quirky dipping techniques Farm Frites is using to publicise the launch of its Curry Chips.

The dipping methods, which also include the Dove of Love and Crocodile Sandwich, are emblazoned across beer mats, posters, T-shirts and table talkers to offer operators a point of difference for their customers.

Coated with a curry seasoning, the thick-cut chips offer an alternative to regular chips and come in 2kg packs. The Curry Chips also give operators the chance to add value by pairing them up with dips such as raita or chutneys. Free point-of-sale material is available with every purchase of two or more cases of Curry Chips.

To buy it, call 01452 415845 Farm Frites

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