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Tayto mixes popcorn with crisps!

Monday, 10th February, 2014 11:30am
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Tayto mixes popcorn with crisps!

Mr Tayto takes a high jump for Samantha Mumba's Popcorners.

Tayto mixes popcorn with crisps!

Mr Tayto takes a high jump for Samantha Mumba's Popcorners.

Is it a crisp? Is it popcorn? No! Samantha Mumba helped to unveil 'Popcorners', a new fun, flavoursome snack from Tayto, a collision of two worlds – it’s a crisp made from popcorn!

Popcorners will “kick those taste buds” with a hint of Chilli and a dash of Lime, or Spicy Cheese and Tomato flavour it’s the snack that packs a zap. So, whether it’s a school lunch, a late night snack, lunchtime treat, or food on the go, Popcorners is definitely going to explode onto the Irish market!

Popcorners are created from popped corn, which is then baked. With 57% less fat than your average crisps, all natural flavours and no MSG, Popcorners are the snack you’ve been waiting for!

Mr Tayto said today, “I’m so excited to introduce to my spuds my new Popcorners snack. I know all families are going to love this poptastic and downright tastetastic snack for their young spuds. With its low calories and scrumptious taste (If I do say so myself!) everyone in the family can enjoy this explosive new product!”

Already a taste sensation around the globe, Popcorners are now available in stores nationwide.

Meanwhile, in a recent Meath Chronicle poll on Facebook, out of 468 people who voted in the King v Tayto crisps debate, King came out on top with 276 votes, as opposed to Tayto's 192.

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