O’Donnells Launches New Sour Cream And Onion-Flavoured Crisps

By Donna Ahern
O’Donnells Launches New Sour Cream And Onion-Flavoured Crisps

O’Donnells has recently launched a new sour cream and onion-flavoured crisp.

The premium crisp brand has been making potato snacks for over 12 years.

Ed O’Donnell established O’Donnells crisps back in June 2010, from potatoes grown on the family farm in Co. Tipperary.

Commenting on the brand’s latest crisp flavour, O’Donnell said, “We have delicately fused the ideal blend of sour cream and onion flavours to create the most tastefully seasoned crisp. We’re always listening to our customers and looking for exciting new flavours that will deliver the premium taste and experience fans of the brand know and love.

“We spent a long time perfecting the recipe, to ensure we delivered the best-tasting sour cream and onion crisps on the market, and we think we’ve nailed it. We hope everyone enjoys them as much as we do. They’re our new favourite, and we think they’ll be your new favourite flavour, too.”


Core Range 

O’Donnells crisps are made using potatoes cultivated on Seskin Farm, which has been owned by the O’Donnell family for over seven generations.

The family-run company’s core range of crisps comprises six flavours, but every now and then, it produces limited-edition flavours.

In July 2021, the crisp-maker announced that it had brought a new range of premium crinkle-cut crisps to market.

O’Donnells Sour Cream and Onion is now available in 50g single-serve and 125g share bags from stockists nationwide.


Read More: Meet The Makers: O’Donnells Crisps

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