Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Introducing...Emily Fruit Crisps

Are these not the most beautiful crisp packets you have ever seen? I just want to frame them and put them on my wall! 

Named after one of the co-founders, Emily Fruit Crisps have just launched in Selfridges and so I wanted to share them because as well as being lovely to look at, they are just as lovely to eat!

When travelling in the Far East, Emily and her partner Alex found a new way of making fruit crisps using a vacuum that basically keeps a lot of the good stuff in fruit as well as making it really tasty and crunchy. There are no preservatives, no additives, no added sugars, no e numbers and they're gluten free too. 

After perfecting their fruit crisps, the pair then spoke to the designers of Big Fish (they do the packaging for Dorset Cereals and Yeo Valley) and they came up with the beautiful packs.

These fruit crisps are my new favourite snack for when I get in from work. They taste delicious! I think the pineapple ones have to be my favourite- the crunch is oh so satisfying. 

The crisps are currently available in Selfridges with more stockists to come. You can also buy them from the Emily Fruit Crisps website here.

2 comments:

  1. I love banana chips so much, the packaging of these is one point too!

    Sara | This Girl Loves

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  2. They sounds super yummy! The packaging is so lovely too! xx

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