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Chips SwissChips BanChips Salt & Vinegar, 90g


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Chips SwissChips BanChips Salt & Vinegar, 90g

Banchips Salt & Vinegar - Hand Cooked - Made in the Schneisingen (Switzerland).

"Banchips Salt & Vinegar"

Banchips are made much like potato chips. With many years of experience in the food industry, the chips are produced in Swiss quality. We attach great importance to a very high quality production and use Swiss ingredients such as Swiss rapeseed oil and alpine salt.

Unlike the potato, the plantain has more vitamins by the sun influence and almost 50% more carbohydrates and fiber and therefore takes about 20% less fat when frying. This combination results in a very fine chip that brings more valuable nutritional value.

Vegetarian - Vegan - Without colorings and preservatives - Gluten and lactose free

Ingredients

Plantain (Plantain) *, Swiss rapeseed oil (30%), salt, maltodextrin, dextrose, vegetable bouillon (soy, celery), vinegar powder, citric acid.

Allergy Information:
Contains soy and celery
Nutritional values per
Energy value 2228 kJ / 533 kcal
Total Fat 30 g
- Saturated Fat 1.9 g
Carbohydrates 63 g
- of which sugar 4.4 g
Protein 2.2 g
Salt 0.6 g
Swiss Chips

Swiss Chips

(Translated by Google) I invite you on my journey As a trained cook I went to the Caribbean because I had the chance to help good friends with the hotel construction and to combine this with a year abroad stay. This became an unforgettable 10 years. I was fascinated by the Caribbean, life and people. Working with locals at the hotel I got to know culture and food. My curiosity made me discover the cooking banana one day. This is how I first came to enjoy the Plantain, in all its variations and ripenesses. I learned how to peel, cook, cook and fry it. I have always found Plantain chips unique, with their very fine and own taste, much like potato chips, but different. In contrast to potato, the plantain has more vitamins and fiber and therefore absorbs less fat when frying. Even then I had the vision to bring the chips to Switzerland. What held me back then was the move to start my own business. About 2 years ago, established in Switzerland for some time, I noticed the cooking banana in the supermarket. So I thought, ok, she made it to Switzerland and went looking for the Plantain chips, in vain. After a lot of research, I realized that it has made the cooking banana in Switzerland, but not the chips, because the cooking banana is still largely unknown among the Swiss. So my idea of ​​plantain chips, banchips with different tastes was born. Consciously I wanted old familiar such. For example, I combine the paprika flavor with the unknown BanChips. For a long time I worked on the spice blends. For a long time my family and friends had to try and give reviews. The end result is surprisingly good. Thus swiss chips GmbH was founded.