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Proper Crackers a Cracking Idea!
"If you sell a service, then you need to make sure you keep improving and delivering value for money. But if you make a product, then you need to keep innovating because human nature means we get a little bored with the same old things and want to try new flavours. One business that knows all about exploring new flavours is Proper Crisps. They started with a humble, but perfectly formed, salted potato crisp and have expanded the range of flavours they offer as well as using different vegetables to make their delicious crisps.
Mina Smith (Mrs Head Potato) dropped in to see me recently with some samples of a new product Proper Crisps have added to their range, and this time it isn’t a fried crisp. Mina told me she met Line (pronounced Lena) Hart – the owner of a business that hand makes Danish Crackerbread called knaekbrod, a traditional Danish seed cracker..." READ MORE
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Proper Crisps x Garage Project Collaboration is Beer-y Good!
Sitting down one Friday, two iconic Kiwi brands shared a few beers and a packet of crisps and decided to create something epic. Nelson-based Proper Crisps and Te Aro brewery Garage Project have put their heads together to bring New Zealander’s the first ever Beer Crisps and Crisp Beers.
The savoury, umami taste is a mash-up of natural yeast, molasses, and sprinkling of maca root powder. The finishing touch is the fresh, hoppy flavour from locally grown Nelson Sauvin hops. Vegan and Gluten Free, this moreish crisp is just as crunchy as it is smooth! These Beer Crisps come in home compostable packaging, made from a mix of GMO-free corn sugars and wood pulp. These bags will break down in 6-12 months in home compost conditions.
Here's a Proper tip! Fill your empty Compostable bags with veggie scraps, and just pop the whole thing in your Compost Bin when it's full. We think it's a brilliantly simple idea. You can then pop in your vegetable or cooking scraps, and when it's full take the whole bag out to your compost bin and either drop it all in the bin or take it back inside to re-use.