Our Brands

  • We make many of Europe’s favourite savoury snacks. Our product portfolio includes international brands, such as Chio and POM-BÄR, as well as local favourites in regional markets.

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    • Now available in 30 countries, our beloved Chio Chips were first created in 1962 by the von Opel family. The name Chio originates from the first letters of the family members: Carlo, Heinz and Irmgard von Opel.

      Today, fans of their distinctive spicy taste can also enjoy a wide range of Chio snacks including potato chips, tortilla chips, nuts, baked products, popcorn and a lot of more exciting snacks.

       

      http://www.chio.de

      http://www.chio.bg

      http://www.chio.ch

      http://www.chio.com.ua

      http://www.chio.ro

      http://www.chio.hu

    • The introduction of the classic ‘Chipsfrisch Hungarian style potato chips’ started the pleasure revolution in 1968 and today the unique paprika flavour of the funny-frisch brand is popular with people of all ages. The brand has grown to become a market leader in Germany with a wide portfolio of products, including extended chips ranges such as Ofen Chips, Kessel Chips and Natürlich as well as specialities like Peanut Flips, Jumpys, Ringli and innovative creations like coated peanuts and baked products.

       

      http://www.funny-frisch.de

    • Vico’s expertise in the manufacture of potato products stretches back over 50 years. Today, Vico is second in the French potato chips market and its portfolio contains a wide range of products including potato chips, baked products, speciality products and nuts. Vico snacks deliver tasty moments that make them a favourite for all occasions in French households, particularly Aperitifs.

       

      http://www.vico.fr

    • Founded in 1955 by the American Howard Morse Kelly and the Austrian Herbert Rast, Kelly's today is the market-leading snack brand in Austria. Its trendy products taste like fun, adventure, action and 'the American way of life'. Produced to original American standards, Kelly's offers unique, innovative products in almost all snack categories and brings more crackle into your life.

       

      http://www.kellys.eu

    • The leader of the Czech savoury snacks market, Bohemia is a powerful, modern, truly Czech brand. It has a long lasting tradition and a broad portfolio that encompasses several ranges of potato chips, baked products, nuts and specialties.

       

      http://www.intersnack.cz/produkty/bohemiachips

    • The first packet of POM-BÄR was sold in 1987 and the brand quickly became a favourite snack for the whole family. Today the POM-BÄR range has become one of the leading brands in the family snack segment in over 30 countries. POM-BÄR snacks, with their distinctive little bear shape, melt in the mouth and are offered in a variety of delicious flavours. They are made with no artificial flavours, colourings, added flavour enhancers or preservatives. 

      http://www.pombaer.de           http://www.pombar.bg
      http://www.pombaer.ch           http://www.pombear.hu
      http://www.pom-bear.co.uk      http://www.pombaer.cz
      http://www.pombar.nl              http://www.pom-bar.ro
      http://www.pombaer.at            http://www.pom-bar.si 

    • Peanuts were first roasted and sold under the "ültje" label in 1949, and have since become Germany’s best-known nut brand. ültje is also the market leader in the peanut, nut specialities and nut mixtures segments. ültje snacks are suited to every occasion and provide the highest levels of quality in a wide variety of flavours. The nuts can also be enjoyed in Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Slovenia.
      ültje - the crunchy taste!

       http://www.ueltje.de

       

    • For many years the Polish market leader Felix has been supplying the highest quality, most flavoursome nuts and seeds from selected plantations. Felix products are crispy and transform every moment into a unique taste experience.

       

      http://www.felixpolska.pl

    • The Jack Klijn brand has been active for many years in the Dutch market. Traditionally known for its high quality nuts and peanuts, Jack Klijn has introduced increasing numbers of innovative products in recent years, including coated nuts, fruit & nut mixes and the original peanut 'Oerpinda’s' from Bolivia.

       

      http://www.jackklijn.nl

    • Soletti pretzel sticks were first baked in a small bakery named Zach in Austria in 1949 and to this day only Austrian ingredients are used to make Soletti salt and pretzel breads. For this reason, they were awarded with the AMA trademark, which guarantees that products are independently inspected and meet certain criteria for quality, processing and transparency about the origin of ingredients. In Austria, Soletti is the unchallenged market leader in the baked goods segment, standing for enjoyment, fun and variety and is simply a constant companion.

       

      http://www.soletti.eu

    • Introduced to the French market in 1992, Monster Munch has become the fun snack for the whole family. It is a happy and playful brand and comes in a wide range of flavours. These tasty snacks are shaped into little ghosts, to stimulate not only the imagination of the youngsters but also to entertain consumers of all ages.

       

      http://www.intersnack.fr

    • Curly’s unique peanut taste and crunchy texture that melts in the mouth have made them the French market leader in peanut flip type products for over 50 years. In recent years Curly has introduced greater variety to its portfolio with the Mild Spices and Explosive flavours and the introduction of the Curly Balls that contain a peanut paste for an incredible taste sensation.

       

      http://sitaspasdamis.com

    • Launched in 1983, Apérifruit is an original, tasty and surprising range of fruit & nut mixes from France. The perfect snack to accompany any aperitif, the range’s sun-drenched recipes and original ingredients make it a true gourmet experience, whether you choose the ‘classic’, ‘exotic’ or ‘sensation’ mix.

       

      http://www.intersnack.fr

    • The Slovakia brand has the leading position on the Slovak savoury snacks market where it has operated since 2000. The portfolio of products includes the well-loved Slovakia potato chips brand as well as nuts, baked and speciality products.

       

      http://www.intersnack.sk/chipsy.htm

    • Nutline was founded in Romania in 1997, offering consumers the best quality seed snacks. Today, due to its wide portfolio of high quality and innovative products – from the ever popular and innovative stripped sunflower seeds range to peanuts, noble nuts and mixes – Nutline has established itself as the leading brand of the whole savoury snack market in Romania.

       

      http://www.nutline.ro

    • On the market since 1994, Fiesta is the strong peanut brand in Romania, but is also well-known for its popcorn. With its wide variety of forms and taste sensations, Fiesta delivers genuine snack fun for family and friends.

      http://www.fiesta.ro

    • The first Original Salted recipe Penn State pretzels, named after America’s pretzel state, Pennsylvania, were first produced in 1997 and remain a firm favourite in the UK. Baked in the oven, Penn State pretzels are healthy, fun snacks for friends and the whole family. In 2010, Deli Chips were added to the portfolio, which, like the pretzels, are baked to an authentic American recipe.

       

      http://www.pennstate.co.uk

    • goldfischli is the traditional golden brown snack, which is carefully baked in the oven! For decades the little crunchy fischli has floated on top of the nibble-wave and is a favoured by young and old. goldfischli Original is distinctive in taste and bite with a baked-in air bubble, while goldfischli Sesame has a fine sesame taste. goldfischli is available in Germany, Austria and many other European countries.

       

    • Chipi

      Chipi was launched in 1998 and is now recognized as the traditional savoury snack brand in Bulgaria. It is positioned as supplying good quality, high value products in a variety of rich flavours in the potato chips, nut and baked categories.

       

      http://www.chipi.bg

    • The Pittjes brand has been around for over 60 years, selling a wide selection of peanuts, luxury nuts and nut mixtures.

       

      http://www.pittjes.de

    • Founded in 1954 by Joe Murphy, Tayto is the market leading savoury crisp/snack in Ireland.  Tayto is Ireland’s 5 biggest grocery brand and its icon mascot, Mr Tayto, is one of the country’s most recognised characters.  The Tayto brand contains a vast array of products that encompass the crisps, snacks, popcorn and nuts categories and are firm favourites of both young and old alike.

      http://www.taytocrisps.ie

    • Enjoyed by millions of people each year, McCoy's can be found in more than 1 in 3 UK households*. Thick, ridged and full of flavour, McCoy's is renowned for its classics range which comprises of Salted, Salt & Malt Vinegar and Cheddar & Onion as well as big and bold flavours such as Flame Grilled Steak, Sizzling King Prawn and Thai Sweet Chicken.

      * Kantar World Panel 52 weeks ending 9th June 2013

      http://www.mccoys.co.uk

    • Nearly half a billion packs of Hula Hoops are eaten in the UK every year*. In fact, it’s one of our best-selling snacks brands. Hula Hoops – with their distinctive 3D shape – made quite an impact when they were launched in 1973. And since then, in recent years have benefitted from reformulations, packaging refreshments and advertising campaigns.

      *Nielsen data 52 weeks ending 8th June 2013.

       

    • Since its launch in 1974, Skips’ unique, tongue-tingling sensation has made it a firm family favourite. Playful by nature and fun to eat, Skips is best known for its legendary tingly Prawn Cocktail flavour. Our most recent advertising campaign focuses on the tongue-tastic sensations of the product.

    • KP Nuts is best known for its deliciously nutty snacks. The letters 'KP' stand for Kenyon Produce – but mean quality. Surprisingly, 150 years ago when Kenyon Produce started out, it only sold sugar, confectionary, jam and pickle. There wasn't a nut in sight… not until 1952 when its Roasted Salted Hazelnuts hit the shelves under the Hercules brand. KP Nuts were launched the following year. Since then, it's grown to become the UK's favourite nut brand.

      KP Nuts works closely with suppliers in Asia and South America to help them grow the highest-grade nuts. Then, back at the factory, only the healthiest-looking, unblemished nuts make it for roasting to perfection.

      http://www.kpnuts.com

    • First launched in 1979, Discos is ‘the disc that bites the taste buds’. Flat and circular, these snacks are famous for their sharp, punchy  flavours – enjoy them in Cheese & Onion, Prawn Cocktail, and Salt & Vinegar.

    • Space Raiders is our hugely popular out-of-this-world, value snack. These tasty alien snacks are trying to take over the planet – so eat them now to stop the invasion! Since its launch in 1987, Space Raiders has gathered a fantastic fan base with a big social media following. People love the unforgettable Space Raiders shape and range of tempting flavours… Beef, Pickled Onion, Saucy BBQ and Spicy.

    • With a natural line of nuts, fruits and seeds Nutline is available in Germany since spring of 2013. The new line meets the needs of health-conscious consumers for natural, pure pleasure and energizing ingredients and snacks.

       

      www.nutline.com

    • As the first snacks company in Sweden, Estrella started to produce chips and popcorn way back in 1957. Since then Estrella has launched many new and innovative salted snacks products, always with a focus on quality and the best taste. As a well-known producer of products such as potato chips, snacking nuts, savoury shaped snacks and popcorn, Estrella today is one of Sweden’s largest and most respected snacks brands. In 1988 Estrella launched Sourcream & Onion flavour chips onto the Swedish market and it remains the most popular potato chips product amongst Swedish people. 

      http://www.estrella.se

       

       

    • The production of potato chips in Norway started at Maarud farm way back in 1936, but it wasn’t until the 1960s, triggered by the emergence of national television, that potato chips became a natural part of Norwegian household snacking. Today, Norwegian’s are big fans of savoury snacks, consuming slightly more than 6 kg per year per person on average. By far the largest snacks brand in Norway is Maarud Potetgull™ - a potato chips product. Many consumers call the whole category ‘Potetgull’, showing the tradition and strength of the trademark.  Maarud is the number one producer of savoury snacks in Norway, offering a wide range of products from potato chips, extruded snacks, popcorn, tortilla chips, baked snacks, dip mixes and several others.

    • Every year millions of bags of Taffel salted snacks are enjoyed by Danish people. Established in 1959, Taffel is the original salted snack that pioneered the snacking market in Denmark. This traditional brand has a strong following amongst Danes. Taffel Original (salted flat cut chips) is a special favourite at Christmas and during seasonal holidays when it is often eaten at mealtimes and sells more than any other salted snacks product. Taffel offers a wide range of other potato chips, shaped snacks and dip mixes with many popular flavours.

      http://www.taffel.dk