Walkers have four new flavours including chicken burrito and fish and chips
WALKERS fans can now get their hands on four new flavours, including chicken burrito and fish and chips.
The crisp giant says the new range have been inspired by popular restaurant flavours.
They're already in shops, so keep a look out.
The four flavours are:
- Fragrant madras curry, inspired by Indian curry house The Radhuni in Edinburgh
- Creamy thai green curry with a hint of zingy spice, from Mantra Thai Dining in Newcastle
- Crispy fish and chips, based on the British classic from Wetherby Whaler in Yorkshire
- Flavoursome chicken burrito, which took inspiration from Mexican eatery Yucca, in London
They come in grab bags size and cost85p, or normal size bag of crisps for £1. They will also be sold in multi-packs.
Each pack entitles its owner to a £5 off food code when you spend £20, to be used at over 3,000 local restaurants.
The eateries involved cover 93 per cent of the UK and are within a 5-mile radius of at least one UK resident.
All you have to do is buy a pack, go to www.walkers.co.uk/local and select a participating local restaurant.
You'll then receive a QR code voucher to use in any of the restaurants. Diners must spend a minimum of £20 to receive the discount.
This is their second release in the Taste Icons range – in 2020, the brand launched flavours inspired by Pizza Express, Yo! Sushi and Nando's.
Walker's senior brand manager Katherine Cook said: "Over the past 18 months, we have seen that, no matter what, local restaurants have been there for us as a nation.
"At Walkers, we are proud to be able to give back to local businesses."
In March, Walkers launched their brand new Flamin' hot crisps, made with beetroot, fiery chilli flakes, and paprika extract.
Earlier in the year, they also launched Kentucky Fried Chicken-flavoured crisps, in collaboration with fast-food chain KFC.
Research by Walker's revealed that the ultimate crisp sandwich should be made with white sliced bread, filled with cheese, and stuffed with ready salted crisps.
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