Are Sensations Crisps Gluten Free?

Sensations crisps are a popular snack that is managed by the Walkers brand who also produces and manufactures the highly popular Walkers Crisps.

It is made by selecting the best potatoes which are cut to size which is thicker than the conventional crisp with the aim of giving the consumer a satisfying crunch in their mouth.

Sensations are currently available in the following flavors:

  • Balsamic Vinegar & Caramelised Onion
  • Hickory Smoked Cheddar & Crispy Bacon
  • Caribbean Jerk Chicken
  • Thai Sweet Chilli
  • Roasted Chicken & Thyme
  • Wasabi and Ginger

Let’s find out if this popular brand of crisps is gluten-free . . .

 

Are Walkers Sensations Crisps Gluten-Free?

The Answer is: NO

 

Some of the Sensations flavors contain wheat.

Furthermore, all the products are also made in a factory that also handles wheat. It is, therefore, safe to conclude that Sensations Crisps must be avoided if you are sensitive to gluten or suffer from any form of coeliac disease.

 

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Photo: Sensations Crisps

 

Ingredients

Balsamic Vinegar & Caramelised Onion Crisps

Potatoes, Vegetable Oils (Sunflower, Rapeseed, in varying proportions), Balsamic Vinegar & Caramelised Onion Seasoning, Salt, Firming Agent (Calcium Chloride).

Balsamic Vinegar & Caramelised Onion Seasoning contains: Sugar, Onion Powder, Flavourings, Acid (Citric Acid), Salt, Potassium Chloride, Spice, Garlic Powder, Tamarind Powder, Herb, Balsamic Vinegar Powder, Colour (Paprika Extract), Antioxidant (Alpha-tocopherol).

 

Nutritional Information

Every 30g serving of Sensations Balsamic Vinegar & Caramelised Onion Crisps consumed contains 142 calories.

This consists of 17g carbs, 1.9 protein, 6.7g fat, 1.4g fibre and 0.42g salt.

For a more detailed breakdown of the nutritional contents for all the other flavors and more information on Sensations check out the official website here: https://sensationssnacks.co.uk/

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