Bird’s Eye Review: Hectares Sweet Potato crisps

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Sweet Hectare crisps are unique in that they are made with sweet potatoes making them a healthier option than your traditional crisp.  Noticing a gap in the crisp market, the founder gave up his 9-5 Accountancy job to pursue Sweet Hectare and started experimenting himself with recipes for Sweet Potato crisps.  What resulted was these 3 delicious flavours.  Here’s my take:

 Sea Salt and Black Pepper

These taste more like ‘vegetable’ crisps with a lightly sweet flavour and a peppery finish.  Delish!

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Piri Piri 

These were the flavour that came in The Vegan Kind May box and they are great.  Just the right amount of spice and sweetness.  You’ll love these if you’re a fan of sweet chilli flavoured crisps.

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Lightly Salted 

Just the right amount of salt mixed with the sweetness of the potato, works well.  These were fab dipped in Hummus.

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Sweet Hectares mission is to convert 1% of the UK’s white potato crisp eaters who currently consume approximately 6 billion packets each year, to Hectares sweet potato crisps! They are stocked in Whole Foods, Harvey Nichols, BP stations and online on Amazon.co.uk so check them out for yourselves and let me know what you think. http://www.hectares-sweetpotatocrisps.co.uk

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