You should never have to settle when it comes to great snacks, which is why Devon-based artisan producer Burts Chips creates crisps using locally sourced British potatoes and traditional South West flavourings. Burts Chips are hand-cooked in Roborough, Devon with real taste, proper crunch, and made by real people – that's Burts Chips in a bag.

Offering the best of British grub, all Burts' crisps are free from gluten, artificial additives and preservatives, so you know they don't contain any nastiness. The thick-cut British crisps come in flavours to suit every snacker's needs, from classic Sea Salt & Malt Vinegar to quirky Caribbean Coconut Curry flavour, made in collaboration with entrepreneur Levi Roots.

 

The expert crisp makers have also recently launched Quinoa Crinkles, a lighter and wholesome crisp made with top quality ingredients without all the extra calories. The Crinkles join Burts' healthy range of Lentil Waves crisps, which come in three mouthwatering flavours: Sour Cream & Chive, Thai Sweet Chilli and Lightly Salted.

We're sure there's nothing else you'd rather reach for when it comes to snack time, which is why we've teamed up with Burts to offer one lucky ready a month's supply of Burts Chips artisan crisps.

Want to make sure your home and desk drawers are well-stocked with delicious-tasting crisps? Simply answer the question below. 

For more information: burtschips.com or follow the brand on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

The question is: Where in Devon does Burts produce its hand-cooked potato chips and snacks?

Competition closes: 24th May 2017

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By entering, you agree to be contacted by Burts Chips.

Prize: x36 packs of crisps (40g and 20g). 

1 x winner only.

UK mainland delivery only.

Prize cannot be exchanged for alternative Burts' products or cash.

Winners will be contacted by Burts' PR agency who will arrange prize delivery.

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