Get Your Crunch on with Eat Real Snacks, Hippeas & Fairfields Farm Crisps Review

Get Your Crunch on with Eat Real Snacks, Hippeas & Fairfields Farm Crisps Review: June 2020

Due to the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak with social distancing the new norm now is the time more than ever to enjoy time with your household and get your cool crunch on.

Whether it be a picnic or while watching a movie it’s good to grab a bag of crisps and church it out as you chill out.

Eat Real Snacks

Keep things real with Eat Real Snacks who have based their Gluten Free Vegan snacks on three concepts, real flavour, real taste, and real flavour.

Offering a healthier alternative that is free from all the bad stuff, so that means no artificial flavourings, colourings or preservatives.

There are a whole range tasty types such as Lentil, Hummus, Quinoa and Veggie with a mix of fabulous flavour combos such as zesty, spicy, creamy, salty, herby, and plain, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Fairfields Farm Crisps

Fairfields Farms families have been farming in East Anglia for three generations on scenic and stunning farmland across the Colne Valley just north of Colchester in Essex.

You can now get your crunch on and up your crisp game, as the farm have twelve different potato varieties.

Their classic crisps are Gluten Free, Vegan (note:Cheese&onion flavour are vegetarian) hand cooked on the farm to make sure that they meet the highest standards which is why they are BRC Grade AA accredited.

Family movie night or games nigh in…make sure you have Fairfields crisps on hand for maximum team performance.

HIPPEAS Organic Chickpea Puffs

#Peas&Love HIPPEAS are a brilliant brand who believe that sharing is caring.  their Super scrummy organic chickpea puffs are a game changer.

They come in a range of flavours including my two favs which are the super Sweet & Smokin and the sensational Salt & Vinegar Vibes.

Under 90 calories a bag these cool chickpea boosted snacks are the perfect way to sensibly snack during lockdown and beyond.

Get your cool crunch on with three quality brands that make your snacking next level loveliness.

Stay Alert and Stay Safe #SnackSafely

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx

Contact:

https://www.eatreal.co.uk/

https://fairfieldsfarmcrisps.co.uk/

http://uk.hippeas.com/

68 thoughts on “Get Your Crunch on with Eat Real Snacks, Hippeas & Fairfields Farm Crisps Review

  1. What a refreshing change from Walkers Crisps – and it always baffles me that you can’t recycle their crisp packets. There are some lovely new things to try here and better for you too.

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  2. I don’t eat a lot of these kinds of snacks, but I love that they are available for those that do. It is nice that people are thinking so creatively. I may have to try the chickpea puffs, though. I do love roasted chickpeas, especially with hot sauce!

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  3. We love our crisps but find that they all either contain too much of salt or artificial additives, these alternative options from Hippeas sound like a treat

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  4. We really snack a lot in our family and discovering new snacks is so much fun. I would love to try Eat Real Snacks. Their Cheezie Straws and Quinoa Chips look delicious.

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  5. Snacking without the guilt! I love this. I need to stock up on these Hippeas. I am a heavy snacker, especially when I have to stay up late to finish my online work.

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  6. Will it sound wierd if I say that I haven’t heard of Eat real? However, healthy snacks are real good. I would love to try that hummus one up there.

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