We've got BIG NEWS!

We’ve got some very exciting news! From the 24th March 2022 our Cauliflower Crisps will be sold in 99 Asda stores across the UK and their online store.

Why are we so excited? Well, it’s the next chapter of the story of our Cauliflower Crisps. One that started a few years ago, with a simple idea.

We wanted to put our own unique twist on the nation’s favorite snack – crisps!

We love crisps! The flavour, the crunch, what’s not to love - right? Our crisps had to be unique, something that hadn’t been done before and enjoyable to munch on.

But that wasn’t enough… we wanted our snacks to do their part for the environment too. After months of product development, taste testing (that was fun) and working with local famers, we discovered what we’d been searching for……cauliflowers!

It hadn’t been done before, but we found a way to make amazing tasting crisps from fresh cauliflowers. We realised that by using the wonky cauliflower that nobody loved, we could prevent them from going to waste and make a great snack – talk about a win, win! The local farmers loved it too, because their hard work wasn’t going to waste either.

Now that we had our crisps, it was time to test them. Sure, we liked them, but what about everyone else? We decided to test them out at competitions and we’re proud to say that they’ve won a few awards, including Great Taste 2021, Quality Food Award 2021 and The World Plant Based Awards for best savory snack 2021.

Since then, they have gone on to become one of our most popular snacks. This popularity has allowed us to save over 10 tonnes of wonky cauliflowers from going to waste. We’re thrilled that we’ve been able to do this and look forward to saving even more wonky veg.

We are delighted to be taking part in Asda’s Nurture program, which was set up specifically to help support smaller business that have new or innovative products and get them onto store shelves. Check out the list below to see if we’re in an Asda store near you!

• Adel
• Ashington Lintonville
• Atherton
• Bangor Farrar Road
• Barking
• Barnstaple
• Barrhead
• Barrow
• Basildon
• Beckton
• Bexley Heath Crook Log
• Blyth
• Bolton
• Boston
• Brighton
• Bromsgrove
• Burton On Trent
• Cannock Lichfield Road
• Cardiff Bay
• Chesterfield
• Clydebank
• Colindale
• Coventry
• Dagenham
• Derby
• Eastlands
• Eastleigh
• Edinburgh
• Far Cotton
• Flint
• Glenrothes
• Gosport
• Grimsby
• Halesowen

• Havant
• Hayle Harbour
• Hemel Hempstead
• High Wycombe
• Highbridge
• Hinckley
• Hull Mount Pleasant
• Kilkeel
• Killingbeck
• Kingshill
• Kingswood
• Leicester
• Leigh
• Lewisham
• Luton
• Marina (Brighton)
• Marple
• Morley
• New Ollerton
• Newton Mearns
• Newtownards
• Norwich
• Nuneaton
• Oadby
• Patchway
• Pendlebury
• Pentwyn
• Perry Barr
• Ponders End
• Portadown
• Portsmouth
• Pudsey
• Queensferry
• Queslet

• Reddish
• Redditch
• Rhyl
• Saltney
• Shipley
• Shoeburyness
• Shore Road Belfast
• Small Heath
• South Wootton Kings Lynn
• Southampton
• St.Leonards
• Stevenage
• Stoke Park Ipswich
• Sunderland
• Swindon Haydon
• Taunton
• Torquay
• Trafford Park
• Warrington
• Waterlooville
• Wealdstone
• Wellington
• Wembley
• West Bridgford
• Westbrook
• Weston-Super-Mare
• Wigan
• Winsford
• Wortley
• York
• Ystalyfera

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