Artisan British crisp company Fairfields Farm has transitioned to becoming a fully vegan brand, with the release of its plant-based Cheese & Onion crisps.
The brand has adapted its existing Cheese & Onion flavoured crisps to create a dairy-free version, joining its other vegan flavours which include Bacon & Tomato, Rib of Beef, Sweet Chilli and Sea Salt & Black Pepper.
The company, which creates its snacks using renewable energy, uses potatoes grown on its independent family farm on the border of Essex and Suffolk.
Laura Strathern, co-founder of Fairfields Farm Crisps, said: “We are all very excited to introduce our new vegan-friendly Cheese & Onion flavour crisps. The demand for plant-based snack choices is greater than ever and after the success of both our Bacon & Tomato and Rib of Beef vegan-friendly crisps, we decided it was time to launch another much-loved flavour. We’re particularly happy at this delicious development because it marks our brand’s transition to being entirely free of dairy and meat, as well as gluten.”
Fairfields’ Cheese & Onion crisps have launched in 40g packs for an RRP of 80p and will be launching in 150g packs for an RRP of £1.99 from May. They are available from East of England Co-op’s and independent retailers nationwide across the UK, as well as on the brand’s website.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2022
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