Kent Crisps Take To The Seas With P&O Ferries

KENT CRISPS FIVE FLAVOURS CUT1Thousands of P&O passengers can now discover the unique flavours of the Garden of England as Kent Crisps’ award-winning range comes to ferry crossings across the English Channel between Dover and Calais.

The rapidly-rising crisp company Kent Crisps produces distinctive, artisan, hand-cooked crisps with potatoes grown on the Quex Park Estate, on the East Kent coast. The full range of inspiring flavours reflects the tastes and landscapes of Kent, the Garden of England.

The range includes Roast Beef and Spitfire; Oyster and Vinegar; Sea Salt and Biddenden Cider Vinegar; Sea Salt; and Great Taste Awards winner Ashmore Cheese and Onion.

Kent Crisps’ managing director, Angie Curwen, said: “We are delighted to have been selected as the preferred supplier for P&O ferries for our hand-cooked Kent Crisps. P&O operate at the gateways to the UK and the definitive packaging of Kent Crisps could have been made with P&O in mind. We are looking forward to holding tastings on ferries out of Dover to introduce our exciting range of flavours to passengers while they enjoy their sea crossing to France with P&O.”

Kent Crisps are available on P&O passenger services from Dover to Calais, Hull to Europort, Holland and Hull to Zeebrugge, Belgium. The vessels serving Kent Crisps on the Dover-Calais route include Spirit of Britain, Spirit of France, Pride of Burgundy, Pride of Canterbury, and Pride of Kent.

Back ashore, Kent Crisps are available at selected Waitrose stores, select Jamie Oliver delis and bars, Jempson’s independent stores, and many farm shops, cafés, delis, gastro pubs, hotels, village shops and tourist attractions including National Trust venues nationwide. Sales help to maintain Quex Park, one of Kent’s historic estates, and the charitable educational trust The Powell-Cotton Museum.

For more details visit where a store locator can be found; also see Facebook ‘Kent Crisps’ and follow on Twitter @KentCrisps.

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