North Lincolnshire crisps tasted as far as Australia thanks to local firm
Alex Albone, Managing Director of Pipers Crisps.
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 17 Nov 2017
Crisps made here in North Lincolnshire have gone global thanks to the cheese and onion flavour.
For the 13-year-old Elsham-based firm of Pipers Crisps is now exporting to 37 different countries.
They include America, Australia, China, Germany and Thailand.
A company spokesman said: “Our award-winning cheddar and onion flavour is generally most popular in the world-wide market.
“But the export markets also love Pipers unique flavours like chorizo and wild thyme and rosemary."
The Elsham firm’s claim to be Britain’s tastiest premium crisp brand has been recognised by the industry’s trade magazine The Grocer.
Following a 20 per cent-plus –growth since 2015, the company has been named as one of the 50 fastest growing food and businesses in the UK.
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