09 July 2014, 14:53 PM
  • The Elsham-based producer marked the anniversary by closing production for a day and providing lunch to 150 members of staff, family and friends at the Lincolnshire Show
Pipers Crisps Celebrates 10 Years

Tastings and giveaways were also offered for free, and Pipers Crisps gifted over £1000 to local charities – St Andrews Hospice in Grimsby and Lindsey Lodge in Scunthorpe.

Alex Albone, founder of Pipers Crisps said, “We have a lot to thank our people for. They’ve helped the company grow from ‘one man and a van’ in 2004 to the successful business it is today.

“We now sell to around 5000 outlets in the UK; not supermarkets, but specialist retailers, delicatessens, farm shops, food service outlets and pubs.

“We’re also celebrating with our local community, recognising that agricultural Lincolnshire is a great place in which to base and grow a speciality food business. Pipers Crisps are, after all, ‘Made by Farmers’.”

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