Crips are said to contain three times less fat than the average fried crisp, because they have been baked like savoury crackers rather than fried. They are also the first wheat and potato flake-based snacks to hit the UK market, a combination that provides the flavour and crunch of fried alternatives. The new low-fat snacks are made to a patented recipe that took the two Leicestershire families behind producer Marbran six years to develop.
Crips are made in small batches from dough that is rolled on to a thin sheet, baked, and then sprayed lightly with sunflower oil. They are supplied in boxes of 48 x 35g packs and come in two flavours: Sea Salt and Black Pepper, or Red Leicester and Spring Onion.
To buy it, call: 01332 865 220