Fairfields Farm Completes Transition to Fully Plant-Based Range with New Vegan Cheese & Onion Flavour

With the demand for vegan-friendly snacks on the increase, artisan crisp brand Fairfields Farm has relaunched its Cheese & Onion flavour crisps with a 100% plant-based recipe. 

Launching in 40g format in March (with sharing 150g size to follow this summer), Fairfields Farm has adapted its existing Cheese & Onion crisps to create a dairy free version that stacks up to the flavour expectations of consumers.

Laura Strathern, co-founder of Fairfields Farm Crisps, explains, “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.”

All Fairfields Farm crisps are made using potatoes grown on the independent family farm on the border of Essex and Suffolk, with renewable energy used in their production.

The new Cheese & Onion Flavour joins the full Fairfields Farm range, which includes: Lightly Sea Salted, Sea Salt & Aspall Cyder Vinegar, Bacon & Tomato, Rib of Beef, Sweet Chilli and Sea Salt & Black Pepper.

Fairfields Farm Cheese & Onion Flavour crisps will be available from mid-late March in 40g and from May in 150g. They will be available from the East of England Co-op and independent retailers nationwide, as well as fairfeldsfarmcrisps.co.uk for carbon neutral direct-to-consumer delivery. RRP is 80p for a 40g bag, and £1.99 for a 150g bag, though prices vary by retailer.

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