Kettle Chips Unveils Three New Flavors for Summer
Kettle Chips has unveiled a new potato chips range which mixes standard potato chips with slices of sweet potato, beetroot or apple. The new treats come seasoned with Smoked Chipotle & Crème Fraiche, Smoky Norfolk Pork Sausage and Goats’ Cheese & Caramelized Onion respectively.
While all three options are gluten-free, Pork Sausage flavor is not suitable for vegetarians. However, this product contains the least fat (7.7g per serving) out of the three. The Smoked Chipotle features 9.7g per serving, while the Goats’ Cheese option includes 9.2g of fat.
Interested parties can pick up the new flavors from Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Ocado. Except for the Smoked Chipotle version, which is only sold at Ocado and Tesco, for the time being.
On top of the new version, Kettle Chips has an impressive portfolio of potato chips available in several flavors including Crispy Bacon, Sweet Chilli & Sour Cream, Mature Cheddar & Red Onion or Chinese Spare Rib Ridge Cut. The company also sells a range of vegetable chips under the Veg Chips brand.
Kettle Chips trace their origins to 1982 in Salem, Oregon, when the founder Cameron Healy who ran a small natural foods firm was inspired to make potato chips. The brand was established in the UK five years later after discovering the British love for chips (or crisps).