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Salt ‘n’ Vinegar snack marks Matt’s three years in business

Thursday, 15th June, 2017 10:15pm
Salt ‘n’ Vinegar snack marks Matt’s three years in business

Salt & Vinegar Scratch My Portk to hit shelves

SKIBBEREEN food firm Scratch My Pork is celebrating three years in business. 

And to mark the occasion, chef and owner Matthew Brownie’s No Nonsense Food Company and national distributor Ampersand have launched a new flavour to their line-up of snacks. 

Salt & Vinegar flavour has been added to the range of two flavours that hit the Irish market in May of this year. Matthew said: ‘The team are very excited that the new flavour will create even more happy customers. The Salt & Vinegar flavour is gluten and dairy-free and high in protein, so we have kept the profile of our snack range open to most allergen and dietary snacking consumers.’

Matthew also revealed he would be launching a new product range on the market shortly. The Kiwi chef launched his meat savoury snack product in Ireland in 2014 ‘with a lot of hard work, a clear vision and sheer determination’.

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