Fiddler\’s Lancashire Crisps has secured funding from the EAFRD programme for the installation of a second conveyor system that weighs, flavours and packages the crisps. This will help us with our exciting plans for expansion.
We were again successful in being awarded Great Taste Awards for the third year in a row. This year we were awarded 2 stars for our Lancashire Cheese & Onion and our Simply Spuds flavours. We were also awarded 1 star for our Sea Salt. For those that don\’t know the Great Taste Awards are
Fiddler’s welcomed BBC1’s Countryfile to its farm in April this year. Presenter Ellie Harrison spent a full day on the farm, harvesting potatoes speaking with brother’s John and Robert and producing her very own Lancashire Crisps. Robert took Ellie out onto the fields to show her how we prepare, plant and harvest the potatoes. Ellie
Wow, what a year 2013 has been for Fiddler’s Lancashire Crisps. The year got off to a bang with a number of new listings in high profile establishments throughout the Lancashire and Manchester area, giving us the confidence to invest in the development of some new flavours for later in the year. The summer was
It’s competition time at Fiddler’s Lancashire Crisps. Enter to be in with a chance of winning one-month’s supply of Lancashire Crisps and a toy tractor. The perfect way to add some crunch to your Christmas celebrations! These deliciously moreish, handcrafted crisps are all made from potatoes grown on our farm and feature local flavour combinations.
Fiddlers have now joined Twitter, so now you can keep up to date with all of our latestnews, competitions and giveaways on Twitter as well as on Facebook. We now have 1,734 followers so please give us a follow. Facebook Twitter
We are very proud to announce that our Lancashire Sauce flavour has been awarded Gold in the 2012 Great Taste Awards. This is an excellent piece of recognition from the industry and reinforces the excellent response to our crisps we receive from our customers everyday. Our Lancashire Sauce flavour is totally unique in the market
We are featured in the November issue of the Lancashire Life Magazine. Food writer and chef, Philippa James came along to the farm to see how we make the crisps. She left very impressed with the way the whole Fiddler family gets involved – from growing and harvesting the potatoes through to frying and packing
We really enjoyed ourselves at the Bickerstaffe Food Festival. The weather was amazing, which really brought out the crowds and put everyone in a fantastic foodie mood. It was a great chance for us to again meet with and talk to customers, get some direct feedback on our crisps – which was very positive. Many