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Thursday 21 March 2019

Keogh's expand their range with Roast Beef and Stout flavour

Lucy Corbally from Oldtown with Keogh’s big bear at the Flavours of Fingal show.
Lucy Corbally from Oldtown with Keogh’s big bear at the Flavours of Fingal show.

THE Fingal-based manufacturer of a popular crisp brand have added a new flavour to their brand, which will hit shelves throughout Ireland this July.

Keogh's Crisps will now offer a new addition to their gluten-free range, with their tasty Roast Beef and Irish Stout brand.

Following months of testing, Keogh's have successfully removed the gluten from their unique Roast Beef and Irish Stout crisps, without compromising on the product's award winning taste.

Tom Keogh, Managing Director of Keogh's Crisps, said: 'We are delighted to bring to market our unique taste of Ireland, now gluten free. We understand the sacrifices made by people who need to follow a strict gluten free diet and who sometimes miss out on enjoying their favourite snacks.

'We're constantly striving to create new ways to enjoy the authentic spud and now, with the addition of our Roast Beef and Irish Stout flavour to the gluten free gang, even more people can enjoy our choice of homegrown creations.'

Made using homegrown potatoes, Keogh's Gluten Free Roast Beef and Irish Stout hand cooked potato crisps are made and grown with care, at the Keogh's Family Farm in North County Dublin.

From July, Keogh's Roast Beef and Irish Stout crisps will be available in Supervalu, Tesco and Dunnes Stores nationwide as well as select independent retailers in a large sharing bag for €2.49 and a small impulse bag for 99c. For more information visit www.keoghs.ie

Fingal Independent

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