New Look Drum for Yorkshire Popcorn’s Luxury Toffee Flavour

9th March 2020

The Yorkshire Crisp Company has launched a new look drum for its tempting Luxury Toffee Popcorn.

Every product in the Sheffield-based company’s range features an iconic Yorkshire landmark or place to showcase the county’s heritage. The new popcorn drum highlights the National Railway Museum, York’s home to some classic locomotives and an unrivalled collection of engineering brilliance, and features an image of a brass steam engine on the front of the drum.


Yorkshire Luxury Toffee Popcorn is made locally. The traditional air-popped corn is encased in a delicious crisp luxury toffee coating which will send your taste buds rocketing!


It comes in a 90g re-sealable drum to keep it fresh and is great for sharing with friends.


Yorkshire Popcorn is available in two luxury toffee-coated varieties as well as three traditional style flavours.


To purchase online, please visit www.yorkshirecrisps.co.uk or call The Yorkshire Crisp Company on 01909 774411

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