Emily Crisps are delighted to announce the launch of their new range of Vegetable Crisps.
Emily Crisps make deliciously different, fantastically tasty ‘better for you’ snacks that combine all the goodness of real fruit and vegetables with the satisfying crunch of a crisp.
Our proprietary cooking method significantly reduces the absorption of oil, ensuring that all the vitamins, nutrients, colour and most importantly the glorious taste of our ingredients are preserved.
Emily Vegetable Crisps are available in 2 varieties:
Crunchy French Bean, Sugar Snap Peas and Black Edamame
Our light and fresh combination of crispy French Beans, snappy Sugar Snap Peas and nutty Black Edamame Beans is full of fibre and protein and is the very taste of Spring
Crunchy Carrot, Beetroot and Sweet Potato
Our earthy and colourful combination of the best of Winter vegetables – naturally sweet Carrot, rich Beetroot and creamy Sweet Potato – is deliciously wholesome
Containing only 95 calories per 23g serving, Emily Veg Crisps are light, fresh and incredibly tasty, the perfect accompaniment to drinks or as a convenient snack on-the-go.
Has there ever been a tastier way of getting 1 of your 5 a day?
At its heart, Emily is really something of a love story.
Emily Wong and Alex Ascani are partners in life as well as in business. They met in London and fell in love travelling all over the world together, sharing their passion for all things foodie. Alex grew up in Singapore and it was on a return trip to the Far East that they discovered an amazing method of cooking fruit and vegetables that preserves their nutritional content while giving them an amazing crunch.
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