Published On: Mon, Feb 29th, 2016

Hectares Crisps

Scottish snack brand Hectares hit headlines almost 2 years ago when they launched their innovative gluten-free, hand-cooked sweet potato crisps, which features tempting flavours such as chorizo and sun-dried tomato. 

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Hectares source the best natural ingredients from the richest hectares of land around the world to give you the opportunity to enjoy simple, delicious snacks. All of their sweet potatoes are grown and hand-picked in North Carolina, USA, as they believe they contain the perfect balance of sweetness and provide a consistent, high quality supply. And they also happen to make the best crisps!

“At Hectares, we have always believed in using the finest ingredients from the richest hectares of land around the world. We think this is the key to producing better snacks than anyone else.” – Kevin, Founder

Their range of delicious crisps features tempting flavours such as Chorizo & Sun-Dried Tomato and Red Onion & Black Pepper, and fans of classic salted crisps will be pleased to know they also have Lightly Sea Salted crisps in their range too. Go ahead and discover a whole new measure of taste.

We were lucky enough to sample their range of flavours, and this is what we thought…

Lightly Sea Salted

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“Perfectly crunchy, full of flavour and not much salt needed at all. I actually prefer these to ordinary potato crisps because they’re so much more flavoursome. I love the packaging too, really cute, eye-catching and modern” – Laura

 

 

 

 

 

Chorizo & Sun-Dried Tomato

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“You’d be hard pressed to find a tastier snack than these chorizo and sun-dried tomato crisps. The chorizo adds a nice, delicate smokey flavour which works really well with the subtle taste of the tomato” – Nick

 

 

 

 

 

Red Onion & Black Pepper

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” This delicious flavour really packs a punch! The tang of the red onion and pepper pairs perfectly with the sweetness of the sweet potato crisps, making for an incredibly moreish snack!” – Rachel

 

 

 

 

To find out more about Hectares, please visit their website at www.hectares.com, or get in touch with them on FacebookTwitter or Instagram

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