Roots teams up with Booths to target public
Lancashire vegetable crisp brand Roots has secured a partnership with Booths supermarket to stock the hand cooked vegetable crisps.This is the first supermarket listing for Roots Hand Cooked Vegetable Crisps; which until now have only been available through wholesalers. The crisps will be available in stores including Clitheroe, Fulwood, Garstang, Hesketh Bank, Longton, Lytham, Marton, and Penwortham.
The crisps are made from carrots, parsnips and beetroot grown in Lancashire and across the UK by Tarleton based-Huntapac, which has been supplying Booths with raw vegetables for over 20 years.Henry Booth, Booths’ buyer, said: “Roots Vegetable Crisps are the perfect fit for Booths as we pride ourselves on supporting local producers and the brand has got born and bred Lancashire credentials.”
Rachel Alty, account manager at Huntapac, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be listed in Booths and are excited that Roots Hand Cooked Vegetable Crisps will be available to shoppers in Lancashire for the first time ever.“This is a huge milestone for us and we are delighted to have strengthened our relationship with Booths. With so many shared principles and values, Booths is the ideal partner and we’re proud to see Roots on the shelves.” Huntapac’s Roots Hand Cooked Vegetable Crisps with a pinch of sea salt will be available in in 50g bags and will retail at 90p and can be found in the sandwich aisle of selected Booths stores across Lancashire, Cumbria and Yorkshire.