The Sittingbourne-based manufacturer produces five fruit flavours of crisp and three vegetable crisps.
The fruit flavours include: apple, pear, pineapple, pineapple & kiwi, and melon & orange. Mango wasn’t cost-effective, Raja said.
Too much labour went into de-stoning a mango, and it generated a lot of waste, she added. Strawberry was difficult to work with too, and was very expensive. About 23kg of strawberries would produce about 1kg of crisps, said Raja.
Nim’s Fruit Crisps’s vegetable flavours include: beetroot & parsnip, cucumber & tomato, and peppers & courgette.
It has also started manufacturing its ‘infusions’ range – which includes lemon and lime – added to hot drinks and gin.