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These famously hand-cooked English crisps are planted and picked in the UK, then sliced, cooked, packed (and scoffed) at Tyrrells Court Farm in Herefordshire. The soil is rich and red, and their farmers know their furrows better than most fellows know their friends.
All potatoes are from local farmers, with favourites being Lady Rosetta and Lady Claire. They’re the names of the potatoes, not the farmers. Just to be clear. They are cooked by hand in small batches and with their jackets on. Well, it’s only polite.
Except for natural, delicious sounding seasonings, Tyrrell’s crisps do not have anything artificial added to them.
For more info visit www.tyrrellscrisps.co.uk
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