Can you still get Phileas Fogg crisps?

Can you still get Phileas Fogg crisps?

Can you still get Phileas Fogg crisps?

As of 2016 the brand is still sold but is now owned by KP Snacks and consists of a much-revised product range.

What happened to Phileas Fogg snacks?

A crisp factory in County Durham will close next year, putting more than 100 jobs at risk. KP Snacks confirmed it would shut the plant in Consett, the original home of the Phileas Fogg brand, after a consultation.

What was made in Consett?

Consett became one of the world’s most prominent steel-making towns, making the steel for Blackpool Tower and Britain’s most famous nuclear submarines.

What happened to Golden Wonder crisps?

Golden Wonder, one of the UK’s best-known crisps brands, has been snapped up by a rival snack food producer. Bridgepoint Capital, an independent venture-capital group, yesterday said it had sold Golden Wonder to a private company called Longolf, which owns Skelmersdale-based The Snack Factory, for an undisclosed sum.

Where did Phileas Fogg born?

And at the end, nearly penniless and living in a Greenwich Village single room occupancy hotel, he made a living as a lecturer, the Champion Crank. Born in Boston in 1829, George Francis Train had been orphaned before his fifth birthday when his parents and siblings died of yellow fever in New Orleans.

Why is Consett called Consett?

When ‘Conside’ rose to prominence and became a major town with the development of the iron works the written name ‘Consett’ was used rather than the popular name ‘Conside’ and ‘Consett’ has stuck. Interestingly, in legend, the name Consett is explained as deriving from the name of a giant called Con.

Is Consett a nice place to live?

Spectacular countryside, regeneration and competitive house prices have made Consett a place to consider for home hunters. This makes Consett an ideal home for commuting city workers as well as families who are looking to enjoy the great outdoors at the weekend.

What potatoes do tyrells use?

Local Potatoes As proud Herefordians we use potatoes from local farmers, our favourites being Lady Rosetta and Lady Claire. They’re the names of the potatoes, not the farmers.