Where are Lisa’s organic crisps made?
Our kitchens are based in Amtzell, a stone’s throw from Lake Constance, right in the foothills of the Alps. It’s from here that we kettle-cook our organic craft crisps, keeping batches small to give them their superior flavour and unrivalled crunch.
Where are all the potatoes grown?
The Bioland organic potatoes we use to make our crisps are grown on a scattering of organic farms across Germany. We then slice, cook and season them from our home in the foothills of the Alps. And we always keep the skins on, for extra flavour.
Are all the ingredients you use organic?
Where an ingredient can be organic-certified, it is. Any ingredient with an asterisk beside it is completely organic, and we have EU organic certification on everything we make.
What makes organic better than anything else?
Organic is a stamp of quality. It means that no nasty pesticides have been fed to the potatoes – or the ingredients they’ve been seasoned with. However, it’s harder and more expensive to preserve potatoes in an organic way, so a lot of crisp companies aren’t able to commit to organic. That’s why you might not have come across organic potato crisps in the UK before. But we come from the Alps, where the air is fresh, the soil pure and senses heightened – so for us, organic is non-negotiable.
What’s the craft crisp movement?
Much like the craft beer journey, the craft crisp movement is all about slowing down and perfecting the art of crisp-making. It’s about prioritising organic at every turn and supporting pioneering potato farmers in their organic mission. It’s about caring where our ingredients come from and sourcing them locally to keep the community flourishing. But – most importantly – it’s about getting creative with recipes, being a bit bold and developing incredibly unique, delicious flavours. Crisps shouldn’t just be fuel… they should be an exciting gastro-experience in their own right!
I’m a vegan – can I eat these crisps?
You can eat three of our four crisp types. Our Emmental & Onion Potato Crisps aren’t vegan, as they contain cheese – but help yourself to any of our other crisps!
Are your crisps gluten free?
They are! Nobody likes gluteny crisps.
Where can I buy Lisa’s crisps?
You can buy our crisps in lots of organic shops, independents and small establishments across the UK.
Is your packaging recyclable?
Yes. Take a look on the back of the pack for more information on how to recycle your empty bag.
What sizes do you sell?
Our crisps are available in 40g and 140g bags. So they’re brilliant for pre-dinner sharing, pub snacks, packed lunches and crisp sandwiches.
Can I stock Lisa’s crisps in my shop?
Absolutely, we’d love you to! To find out more, head to our Trade page. If you’d like to ask a question or place an order, give us an email at email@example.com.
Do you have logos or assets I can use in a publication?
We do. Head to our Press page and take your pick!