Popchips Barbeque Popped Potato Crisps. Take a break from the backyard smoke and sizzle to enjoy a handful of our rich barbeque popchips. at first crunch, you’ll taste our special combination of real tomato, onion, garlic and salty potato. and of course, it wouldn’t be a barbeque without a wisp of smoke. go ahead, grill master, savour the flavour, not the grease.
Just what IS a popchip anyway? this existential question has baffled snackers for eons. and by eons we mean like 2 or 3 years. after all, when is the last time YOU popped a potato? lucky for us it's simple really. it all starts with our hero... the potato... greatness or greasiness? Every potato travels toward its destiny. but life as a spud can be unpredictable. Most get fried (tortured). Too many potatoes are forced into the fryer - the most barbaric of endings - only to become a greasy chip. But there's a better way, we keep our potatoes out of the deep fryer. instead, we heat them in a pressurized chamber and then quickly release them. their first breath of fresh air is a... POP! healthier, lighter, & more potato-y. We give our un-fried chips a dash of the good high oleic oils. then we massage them with our favorite spices and seasonings - voila! a chip that has all the flavour, and half the fat. grab a handful... or several! we believe in the freedom to snack. that’s why we created a new chip. one that’s deeply satisfying but never deep fried. so you can feel free to eat one, two, three handfuls, or even a whole bag. and why not? it’s okay, they’re popchips!
Ingredients: 54% dried potatoes, sunflower oil, seasoning (sugar, whey power (milk) salt, onion powder, yeast powder, garlic powder, tomato powder, oak smoked sea salt, yeast extract, flavourings, spices, acid: citric acid, colour: paprika extract) rice flour, potato starch .
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