How many grams are in Tyrrells crisps?


Typical Values Per 100g Per 30g serving
Carbohydrate 51.8g 15.5g
of which Sugars 0.6g 0.2g
Fibre 5.5g 1.7g
Protein 5.2g 1.6g

Are Tyrrells veg crisps healthy?

Uttoxeter snack producers have made it clear their vegetable crisps are not intended to be “healthy alternatives” – after some were found to contain nearly twice the fat content of a Mars bar.

Are Tyrrells crisps veggie?

Our Irresistible. vegetable crisps. From decidedly knobbly beginnings comes a range of nibbles charming and sophisticated enough for even the ritziest of get-togethers. Tyrrells and tipples anyone?

Is Tyrrells British?

David Milner, Tyrrells’ chief executive, said: “As a small, UK farm-based business it is a tremendous achievement to be now part of a US publicly traded company with the international reach to make Tyrrells a global brand.” The company will continue to be based in Herefordshire.

How many calories are in a packet of Tyrrells crisps?

Nutrition Information

Calories 121 (508 kJ)
Total Fat 6.6 g 9%
Saturated Fat 0.6 g 2%
Carbohydrate 14.1 g 5%
Sugars < 0.1 g

How many calories are in a large bag of Tyrrells crisps?

Energy: 491 calories

Protein 5.2g
Carbs 51.8g
Fat 27.2g

Are vegetable crisps healthier than potato crisps?

Both contain almost identical amounts of calories, 526 kcals per 100g in potato crisps and 523 kcals in vegetable crisps. (This is around 200cals in a single serving of vegetable crisps and 170cals in the same amount of potato crisps.)

Are Tyrrells veg crisps vegan?

Tyrrells Veg Crisps Balsamic Vinegar & Sea Salt125g Gluten Free. We never use artificial ingredients such as artificial flavours, colours or MSG. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Produced by our Master Fryers With years of experience perfecting our stupendously tasty veggie crisps.

How many calories are in a bag of Tyrrells crisps?

Energy: 123 calories

Protein 1.3g
Carbs 12.9g
Fat 6.8g

Are tyrrells veg crisps vegan?

Is there a problem with Tyrrells crisps?

The snack maker behind Hula Hoops and Tyrrells crisps has warned of shortages as it battles a ransomware attack on its IT systems. KP Snacks said it had been victim to a cyber-attack on its IT and communications systems last week, warning of supply issues until at least the end of March.

What happened to Tyrrells crisps?

There could be a shortage of popular crisps – including Hula Hoops, Tyrrell’s and McCoy’s – after producer KP Snacks was hit by a cyber attack. The company, which produces a range of nuts and crisps in the UK, confirmed it was hit by ransomware at the end of January.