Ten Acre crisps expand with two new flavours

Ten Acre crisps

Two new varieties have been added to the Ten Acre premium range of hand-cooked crisps.

Pastrami in the Rye is inspired by the New York deli classic, offering the smoky taste of pastrami, and When the Pepper Crack’d brings the spicy taste of cracked black pepper.

They are both available in 40g and 135g packs and are gluten, dairy and MSG free, vegan, halal and kosher, made using British potatoes.

The new additions follow four Great Taste 2015 awards for the existing range including The Day Sweet and Sour Became Friends and When Hickory Got BBQ’d crisps.

The Ten Acre snack brand was created two years ago by Yumsh Snacks, comprising both crisps and popcorn, all carrying quirky flavour names.

Tony Goodman, CEO at Yumsh Snacks, said: “Consumers, retailers as well as foodservice operators have been demanding even more Ten Acre – so how could we refuse.

“Our snacks are great tasting and suitable for everyone. We take our credentials very seriously – and both of our new flavours are suitable for those who are gluten and dairy free, as well as vegan and vegetarian.

“It is this flavour innovation which makes us so unique, and which we are so passionate about. But we also like to have lots of fun too – it’s in everything we do!”

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