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Keogh's Shamrock & Sour Cream flavoured crisps are back!

Keogh's Shamrock Crisps

From the maker of the Christmas Turkey and Stuffing flavoured crisps, comes a St. Patrick's Day treat made from real shamrocks.

Tom Keogh of Keogh's farm is delighted with the product and how they have been received, "We are thrilled that our Shamrock and Sour Cream flavoured crisps are loved so much and are overwhelmed with the amount of bags sold to date. The idea for the Shamrock crisp came from our absolute pride in being Irish farmers and a constant need to be innovative in our offering.

"We now not only stock this flavour in Ireland but all across the world too in countries as far as Dubai, Australia, USA and Germany. We have a fantastic relationship with numerous Irish food producers and work closely with them to create a distinct range of Irish crisps. In particular with Living Shamrock in Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry, who not only supply the shamrock for our crisps but they also produce fresh shamrock for President Barack Obama."

You can pick up a packet of these festive and tasty crisps in Tesco, Supervalue, Dunnes Stores and many independent shops around the country. Large sharing bags are priced at €2.49 with small bags available for 99 cent each.


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