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Pom Bear Salt & Vinegar 15g x 6 per Pack

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Lighter and with less fat than the conventional Walkers crisps, the Oven Baked range take some getting used to for crisp fiends, but they are worth the effort. Pom-Bear has developed these delicious, light potato nibbles that are crunchy and easily dissolve in your mouth. The salt and vinegar flavor gives these bear-shaped treats a lot of flavors and a lot of fun to eat because of the form. Which crisps are best for toddlers? Because Pom Bears are vegetarian, the natural flavors probably come from plant-based sources too. However, vegans must be careful since natural flavors can conceal ingredients that aren’t appropriate for their diet. Made with three wholegrains (corn, wheat and oats), the Sunbites range offer a fair amount of fibre and protein, as well as a different texture to conventional crisps that appeal to many. As Walkers are the best-selling crisp brand in the UK (based on the most recent figures in 2019 provided by Nielsen), we have decided to make things simple and also include the crisps they offer that are not vegan.

Note: The crisps in this article we identify are vegan do not contain any animals ingredients based on the best information at the time of writing. As ever, information is subject to change. In addition, some may have been manufactured in factories that handle milk or other animal products. Vegan-Friendly Crisps by Brand Moreover, it would help if you also read our article about Jaffa Cakes, whether they are vegan or not. Frequently asked questions – FAQ Are Pom Bears Vegetarian? Some time ago supermarkets came to the realisation that creating their own versions of well-loved food products could be a real money spinner. By creating similar (but often slightly less enticing) products, but charging a good deal less than the big name brands, supermarkets gave consumers the choice of prioritising brand or economic value. This is apparent across many different food product ranges, including crisps.

Whoever designed this flavour clearly understood how to maximise the chances of someone devouring a whole tube in one sitting. Dangerously tasty. Pom bears are a type of gummy bear that is popular in Europe. They are made by the German candy company Haribo and are available in a variety of flavors. While most gummy bears are made with gelatin, which is derived from animal sources, Pom bears are made with pectin, which is derived from plants. This makes them suitable for vegetarians and vegans. With a worryingly addictive taste-crunch combo, the Original Pringles are a solid addition to any party or vegan barbecue.

They also sold their Pot Noodles brand to Unilever. Although they are not as significant as they once were in the crisp world, Golden Wonder still have a fair range of crisps that are available in various supermarkets. See which ones are vegan below. Crisp Name/Flavour

Honey Glazed Barbecue Sunbites– Honey doesn’t pop up in crisps too often, but it does here, thus making these non-vegan Cheese & Onion Squares– Vegan fans of cheese and onion flavour crisps are not doing well when it comes to Walkers… here’s another with milk products The archetypal crisp against which all others are judged, there have been some weird and wonderful flavours of Walkers Crisps over the years (Cajun Squirrel anyone?), alongside the timeless classics. French Fries– While the Ready Salted and Salt & Vinegar flavours do not list any explicitly non-vegan ingredients, the manufacturer suggests they ‘contain milk’, so these (along with the Cheese & Onion and the Worcester Sauce flavours that do contain milk derivatives) are best avoided for peace of mind For a basic tortilla chip with good dipping strength and no overpowering flavours, you could do a lot worse than the Lightly Salted Doritos option.

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