Walkers is launching BBQ pulled pork and spicy Sriracha flavoured crisps

Walkers is launching BBQ pulled pork and spicy Sriracha flavoured crisps

The crisp maker is yet to tell us the exact date the new flavours – BBQ pulled pork and spicy Sriracha – will be available from, but they'll come in both multi-packs and in single bags.

Multi-packs of six bags of Walkers crisps usually cost £1.50, while a single bag costs 60p, although we're awaiting confirmation on prices for the new flavours.

The Sun is also still waiting for the crisp maker to clarify the number of calories in a pack. We'll update this article once we hear back.

The new flavours come after Walkers "used insight tools to identify flavour trends" across Britain, the crisp maker said.

Walkers currently produces 7,000 crisp packets a minute and 11million crisp packets a day.

The firm accounts for 56 per cent of British crisp sales.

Andy Hawkswell, marketing manager at Walkers, said: "With our leading-edge insight tools we’re able to get a deep understanding of the flavours that Brits enjoy eating and talking about.

"With these two delicious new flavours we are launching in February, we’ve been able to create crisps that truly bring the tastes of the nation to life."

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At the end of last year, Walkers launched Brussels sprout flavoured crisps as part of its festive range.

Shortly after, Walkers also rolled out its free crisp packet recycling scheme after hundreds protested against the firm's environmentally unfriendly bags.

The Sun has also visited the Walkers crisp factory to find out how a muddy potato becomes a golden snack.

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