Kettle Chips Reviews
Product Type: Kettle Snacks
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by SallyF - written on 17/04/08
Sea salt and Balsamic Vianagar Kettle Chips 40g bag. These are really tasty crisps. Nice and thick and chunky so they are lovely and crunhcy and they take the savoury flavour of a potato to a whole new level of sweetnes with the Balsamic Vinagar from Modena. I don't know why but they are just so much posher than ordinary salt and vinagar crisps and they taste so much nicer. They are packaged in a dark blue colour foil type packet which unfortunatly is not recyclable. But does keep the crisps fresh and crunchy. The packet claims that absolutly nothing artificial is in the bag. No artificial flavours or colours and no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I always think that Kettle Chips are proper grown-up crisps. Perfect as a party nibble, virtuous enough to pass as a decent snack and available in a delicous range of flavours, free from many of the nasties that you find in most crisps. Nutritionally, all flavours of Kettle Chips are free from MSG, a chemical which is added to many savoury snacks as a flavour enhancer, but many people believe it is not very good for you to eat too much of it. Kettle Chips are also free from artificial flavours and colours, and as they are cooked only in sunflower oil they are also free from hydrogenated fats which many people seek to avoid. Because all the flavours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Kettle Chips are the brand who have recently become more and more visible on high street shelves with the popularity of trying to pick up tasty yet healthy snacks with the emphasis being on not losing flavour and maintaining a high quality of product. These are really top quality products which certainly don't have any issues when it comes to taste and each crisp tastes like care and effort went into producing it with them never having that soggy feel to it that you can get in cheaper offerings. I'm still not convinced so why should I choose Kettle Chips? Kettle Chips works on a simple vision in that they pick the finest ingredients and hand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Kettle chips are 'posh' or ye olde fashioned crisps which have been around for about 10 years giving a taste of how a crisp should when compared with the commercial big crisp manufacturers. Kettle crisps are crisps which are still in cointact with the potato they came from, they are thicker, still have there skills and are definitely crisper and crunchier than others. Saying that are they better? Well obviously they are hand cooked so come at a higher price than other brands of crisps but they also have a claim to be slightly better for you because the levels of unsaturated fats are lower per crisp. So you get the taste, you have to pay for it but they might ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Kettle Chips are one of my favourite crisps as they are handmade and come in a large variety of delicious flavoursome flavours, which are unlike any other crisps. They are pure quality and very enjoyable to eat. You can buy them in small 150g bags for around £1.54 or larger 300g bags for around £2.69. The small ones are still quite expensive but they are delicious to treat yourself to. They come in the following flavours: ~ Sea Salt & Balsamic Vinegar ~ Mature Cheddar & Red Onion ~ Sweet Chilli ~ Honey Barbeque ~ Lightly Salted ~ Sea Salt With Crushed Black Peppercorns ~ Sour Cream & Chive ~ Red Thai ... Read the complete review
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