Manufacturer of crisps
. Supply their wares in very simply designed packaging (white/clear with flavour themed ink). The packets have a window to enable you to "SEE WHAT YOU BUY!" as it says proudly on the front. Generally only available in the north of England
, Seabrook crisps are most often found in small corner shops, cafeterias, and public swimming baths (which is where I remember them most fondly).
The packet arrogantly declares them as:
"MORE-THAN A SNACK"
"BRITAIN'S TASTIEST CRISPS"
They might be right you know, they definitely have more varieties than Britain's most popular brand, Walkers. Here are the flavours in which Bradford's finest export is available:
The packets also used to say that sweetcorn was available, though I had never seen it. A visit to the factory by a friend of mine from Bradford confirmed that the flavour is no longer available. A sad loss for crisp kind...