Yorkshire Crisps’ Iconic Flavor Scores New Look
Chips manufacturer Yorkshire Crisps has rebranded one of its best-selling flavors from Henderson’s Yorkshire Sauce to Henderson’s Relish. New packaging is also available for the product.
Relish was first created by Henry Henderson in 1885 in Sheffield and is still produced in the region using the original recipe. Yorkshire Crisps has worked closely together with Henderson’s to develop this distinctive flavor. According to Yorkshire Crisps, the company selects only locally-grown potatoes and uses sunflower oil to hand-fry them for a few minutes, before drizzling them with the natural flavor of Henderson’s Relish.
The chips are available in the new bag design of 40g and 150g larger sharing bags, as well as 100g resealable drums. The product is suitable for vegetarians and also gluten-free.
Yorkshire Crisps also offers a wide range of additional flavors including Cheddar & Caramelized Onion Chutney, Roast Lamb & Mint, Tomato Basil & Mozzarella or Sweet Chili & Lime.