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Walkers Crisp Packet (snack foods)
Walkers is a British snack food manufacturer mainly operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Walkers was founded in 1948 in Leicester, England by Henry Walker, and acquired by Lay’s owner, Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo, in 1989. It is best known for manufacturing potato crisps, and other, non-potato-based snack foods. They hold 56 percent of the British crisps market. The Walkers site in Leicester is the largest crisp production plant in the world, producing over 11 million bags of crisps per day and using about 800 tons of potatoes.
Walkers most common flavours of regular crisp are Ready Salted (sold in a red packet), Cheese & Onion (blue), Prawn Cocktail (pink) and Salt & Vinegar (green). Other flavours are sold in other coloured packets, such as Beef & Onion (brown) and Worcester sauce (purple).
Some flavours were made available for a short time either because they tied in with special promotions, or failed to meet sales expectations. Walker’s “Great British Dinner” range included Baked Ham & Mustard and Chicken Tikka.
A series of “mystery flavours” were launched in 2012, and later revealed to be Sour Cream & Spring Onion, Lincolnshire Sausage & Brown Sauce and Birmingham Chicken Balti.
Other products sold by Walkers include their Baked crisp range, Cheese Heads, Crinkles, Deep Ridged, Extra Crunchy 150g bags, launched in 2010 Lights (low fat crisps, formerly Lites), Market Deli crisps, pitta chips and tortilla chips, Max, Pops, Potato Heads (discontinued in 2008), Salt ‘n’ Shake, Sensations, Squares, Stars, Sunbites (wholegrain crispy snacks) and Hoops and Crosses.
Other types of snack food sold by Walkers include Chipsticks, Doritos, French Fries, Frazzles, Mix-Ups, Quavers, Monster Munch, Wotsits, Twisted, Wafflers, Sundog Savoury Popcorn and Snaps.
In 1998 Walkers celebrated their 50th birthday in which they produced limited edition bean bears.
In 2016 Walkers produced a limited edition ‘Winners – Salt and Victory’ crisp packet to commemorate their home-town football team, Leicester City, winning the Premier League for the first time. Earlier that season, Walkers had given Leicester fans in attendance at a match versus Chelsea bags of “Vardy Salted” crisps, bearing the image of the Foxes’ record-breaking striker.