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Made in Nelson, New Zealand
DILL-ICIOUS CRISP FROM PROPER
We've done it again! Introducing the latest addition to our Home Compostable family, Dill Pickle with Apple Cider Vinegar. Hand-cooked in small batches by our talented Proper Chefs in Nelson, using High Oleic Sunflower Oil. These crisps are then topped off with a touch of Marlborough Sea Salt harvested from Lake Grassmere, and a zingy Vinegar tang to make your lips pucker... Plus a hint of Dill and subtle pickling herbs! We think it's dill-icious.
As with our Home Compostable range, you can pop the packet in your home compost bin once you've finished the last morsel. Our bags are designed to break down in 6-12 months in these ideal compost conditions (containing heat, oxygen, water, micro-organisms and soil). Check out our FAQs if you've got any questions!
Available in all Countdowns nationwide, and in New World, Pak n Save, 4 Square and other grocery stores around the country.
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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.