Fairfields launches Adnams Ghost Ship flavoured crips

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Potato crisp maker Fairfields has teamed up with yet another food and drink producer from the region, with the launch of Adnams Ghost Ship-flavoured crisps.

Fairfields, which makes all its crisps from potatoes grown on its family farm at Wormingford, near Colchester, already produces flavours including Sea Salt & Aspall Cyder, Wicks Manor Smoky Bacon & Sunday Roast Potato and Suffolk Farmhouse Cheese & Chive.

Its latest collaboration adds Southwold-based brewer Adnams’ popular pale ale Ghost Ship to the range of flavours producing what it describes as “hauntingly good snacks”.

“We’re renowned for working with like-minded producers in East Anglia, so it has been fantastic to collaborate with such a well known brand as Adnams to create something new and exciting for the snack market,” said Robert Strathern, founder of Fairfields Farm Crisps.

“These crisps have a wonderful flavour, the ale works beautifully with our delicious potatoes and we know they’ll be popular with our retail customers, but also with pubs and bars who like to offer their customers something unique.”


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