Pipers 'Made By Farmers' Crisps - Lye Cross Cheese & Onion
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Lye Cross, at the foot of the picturesque Mendip Hills near the Somerset village of Cheddar, has been farmed by the Alvis family for 400 years.
The farm's herd of more than 1,000 cows graze the lush pasturelands to produce the rich milk that goes to make the cheese.
The Alvis family combine new technology with traditional techniques that have been passed down through the generations of master cheesemakers, such as the age-old 'Cheddaring'.
This practice of turning and stacking the curds by hand allows them to mature and develop the full, distinctive West Country farmhouse Cheddar flavour that goes into Pipers crisps.
From Pipers . . .
The Pipers story began in 2004 when three farmers - Alex Albone, Simon Herring and James Sweeting - joined forces to produce great tasting, quality crisps using local potatoes.
We work with carefully selected flavour partners who care as much about their products as we do about ours.
We are all passionate people driven by one thing and that is to deliver the best taste and quality possible - no gimmicks.
This passion for taste and quality is common across the Pipers team. It could be the people who sell our crisps in pubs, hotels, delis, farm shops, garden centres, museums and more.
Or it could be our own talented people working hard in a range of exciting careers at Pipers to make our products even better.
It's about crisps as they should taste.