A new tub format has been launched for British crisps brand Corkers, designed specifically for the catering industry.
The tubs, which hold 600g, are available in Sea Salt along with Mixed Vegetable, the latest addition to the Corkers range.
The format offers a convenient and cost-effective option for caterers who like to garnish plates with crisps. The tubs can be resealed to ensure the freshness of the crisps is retained and, once finished, can be reused for kitchen storage.
Corkers crisps are made with produce grown in the Fenlands of Cambridgeshire. The Sea Salt flavour is made with Naturalo potatoes, which are perfect for frying and give the crisps a special crunch, while the new Mixed Vegetable variety is made with vegetables from the Fenlands along with sweet potatoes from the Carolina states of the US. The crisps are hand-cooked for extra crunch and naturally flavoured.
Ross Taylor, director and co-founder of Corkers, said: “With these new tubs we are offering caterers our high-quality, hand-cooked and home-produced crisps with the added benefit of a more convenient format.
“Our Sea Salt flavour is a long-standing favourite and vegetable crisps are becoming increasing popular with consumers who are looking to try something a little bit different.”
Ross founded Corkers with Rod Garnham in 2010, diversifying the family farm from potatoes to hand-cooked crisps.