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Giveaway: 5 Boxes of Corkers Crisps














I've got five boxes of award winning Corkers Crisps to giveaway in a crispy themed competition. Each Corkers box consists of the following flavours:
Sea Salt
Sea Salt and Cider Vinegar
Pork Sausage and English Mustard
Red Leicester and Caramelised Onion
Sweet Thai Chilli
Sea Salt and Black Pepper
Gressingham Duck and Hoisin Sauce
Vegetable Crisps

Some facts about Corkers Crisps
  • The crisps are made in the fenlands of Cambridgeshire with the potatoes grown on a family run farm.
  • The crisps are made from Naturalo potatoes which have a unique flavour thanks to the rich peaty soils in which they are grown.
  • The crisps are currently stocked at National Trust properties, Longleat, and in Waitrose stores nationwide.
For your chance to win a box of Corkers Crisps just fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants only please.

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Comments

  1. Just entered, great prize. 😀

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  2. The Pork Sausage and English Mustard sounds exciting.

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  3. Sweet chilli crisps are amazing! Perfect with a glass of red ;)

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  4. I like crisps with chilli flavouring, but I'd like to try the duck and hoisin in this range!

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  5. Smoky Bacon - I'm a simple girl!

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  6. Prawn Cocktail, is a favourite of mine.

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  7. Pork sausage and mustard - yum yum!

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  8. Cheese and Onion :-) (Laura Jeffs)

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  9. Sweet Thai Chilli - I love a bit of heat xx

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  10. Gressingham duck & hoisin - sounds lush

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  11. It's probably cheese and onion, but that might change if I win this lovely prize 

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  12. Cheese and onion would be the one for me.

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  13. My favorite are paprika or sea salted crisps

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  14. Sea Salt

    @rachiegr

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  15. Sharon Hopkinson8 November 2015 at 21:49

    Cheese and onion ☺

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  16. Cheese and onion, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  17. Salt and vinegar all the way for me - they've always been my favourite!

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  18. Thai sweet chilli :)

    ~ Anthony G

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  19. I love Cheese and Choves crisps

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  20. salt and vinegar

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  21. Red Leicester and Caramelised Onion x

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  22. cheese and onion are my favourite flavour of crisps but the sausage and mustard sound delicious

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  23. Cheese and onion are my favourite, but I often eat Smoky Bacon to celebrate my late Father

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  24. Cheese and onion but I have a soft spot for Prawn Cocktail when the mood takes.

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  25. My favourite are pringles however my mum says corkers are the best thing ever there just really hard to get around here .

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  26. Gressingham Duck and Hoisin Sauce sounds gorgeous

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  27. Sea Salt and Balsamic Vinegar

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  28. Ready salted or plain are my favourites.

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  29. My favourite flavour is Salt & Vinegar :)

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  30. Cheese and onion are my fave x

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  31. You just can't beat cheese and onion

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  32. I love a good packet of Cheese and Onion

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  33. The Sweet Thai Chilli sound wonderful

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  34. would have to be cheese and onion

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  35. I do love BBQ, but I'm a total crispaholic. Haven't found a flavour I don't like. I even remember trying "hedgehog" flavour years ago and wondering if anyone had actualy eaten a hedgehog to find out what they tasted like. :)

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  36. Salt and vinegar is my favourite flavour.

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  37. Really boring. I love ready salted crisps.

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  38. salt and vinegar or pickled onion. love a bit of tang!

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  39. sea salt and black pepper are my fave

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  40. Maria Jane Knight13 November 2015 at 11:16

    Ready Salted - they go with every and any sandwich!

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  41. Cheese and onion

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  42. Pork Sausage and English Mustard

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  43. I like plain crisps!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  44. I love cheese and onion normally, but I would love to try the Duck and Hoisin sauce flavour :-)

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