Spud Nav

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Welcome to Spud Nav

We invite you to take a journey with us so you can trace your bag of crisps right back to the potato field where it first started out. You not only get to meet the person who cooked your crisps but also find out where we sourced our flavoursome ingredients from so you know why your crisps taste so special.

Simply turn your pack over and check out our Spud Nav on the bottom right hand corner of the pack.

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Where did my crisps grow?

Step 1: Select a field below...

Ballinacoola

located in the fertile lands of Co.Wexford on the sunny south east of Ireland. Lady Rosetta are perfectly suited to grow here and make a great tasting crisp.

52.394788222162504, -6.4063609785416284

Balgriffin

Variety Grown: Lady Rosetta

53.53511234983744, -6.379673419527477

Malahide

Malahide, know as Mullach Íde in Irish has specular views of the Wild Irish Sea. Our field is perfectly located on the East Coast of Ireland and benefits from the steady flow of fresh sea air which allows for excellent potato growing conditions. Here we grow Lady Claire, Lady Rosetta, Taurus and Edony potatoes which are the ideal potato varieties for making our delicious flavoursome crisps.

53.43014260468753, -6.161375741008645

Ballymadun

Variety Grown: Kiebitz

53.527188, -6.290635

Tullyesker

The Tullyesker field is located in Co. Louth just above Drogheda town. The Breadleas Farm is growing Kiebitz, a perfect variety of potatoes for making the perfect crisp.

53.750863, -6.367806

Kilcarn

The Broadleas Farm are growing a special variety of potatoes called Lady Claire, which are perfect for making delicious crisps. The field Kilcarn is located in Co. Meath, only a short trip from Keogh’s Farm.

53.637181, -6.592630

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