Kent Crisps Are Delicious!


Anthony Curwen from Kent Crisps spoke to Kent Business TV at the recent Kent 2020 Business Show. Click above to watch our film.

Kent Crisps are created from the finest Kent potatoes, produced locally by Quex Park. Kent has one of the U.K.’s warmest climates, making it an ideal environment to produce their delicious Kent crisps.

They use traditional methods to cook their crisps and are meticulous in their seasoning. Each flavour is concocted using the finest ingredients to provide maximum taste and enjoyment. There are absolutely no artificial flavourings or colourings ensuring their product is tasty, local and natural.

Kent Crisps Flavours:

Sea Salt & Biddenden Cider Vinegar

Biddenden Vineyard is Kent’s oldest commercial vineyard, having been established by the Barnes family in 1969. The vineyards are set in 22 acres on a gentle south facing slope in a shallow sheltered valley, 1.2 miles from the lovely Wealden village of Biddenden.

Oyster & Vinegar

Kent is famous for its oysters, which have been collected in the area around Whitstable since at least Roman times. The town itself dates back to before the writing of the Domesday Book. Whitstable’s distinctive character is popular with tourists, and its maritime heritage is celebrated with the annual oyster festival.

Ashmore Cheese & Onion

Ashmore Farmhouse Cheese is made near Canterbury. It is made in a cheddar style and after milling is wrapped in muslin and pressed for 2 days in the old 19th Century presses. After pressing the cheeses are unwrapped and placed on aged pine shelves in the maturing room for at least 5 months.

Sea Salt

With 350 miles of coastline, Kent has a truly ancient relationship with the sea. Sites such as Seasalter, a village on the dramatic wind swept marshes of the north coast of Kent, between Whitstable and Faversham, were an important centre for the production of salt, most probably dating back to the Iron Age.

All of their crisps have no artificial flavourings, colouring or preservatives and are 100% GM free.

Check out www.kentcrisps.com for more information. At Kent Business TV, we think that Kent Crisps have created a fantastic range of flavours and are definitely worth a try!

5 Comments

  1. List Broker says:

    Oyster and Vinegar sounds like a fantastic combination. I had no idea that Kent was famous for oysters. Will certainly try and have a bite if I can find these anywhere.

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