Quavers are a popular British snack produced by Walkers. Walkers is currently owned by Frito-Lay, which is in turn owned by PepsiCo. The primary ingredient in Quavers is reconstituted potatoes, similar to the ingredient used in Pringles (available in various countries). Originally cheese-flavoured, the product line has been expanded to include four flavours: cheese, bacon, prawn cocktail and salt and vinegar. Ketchup flavour was introduced for a limited time only and has long been discontinued.

The former mascot of Quavers was a cartoon character named 'Colin Curly', who also appeared in two Amiga and Atari ST puzzle games: "Pushover" (1992) and its sequel, "One Step Beyond" (1993), both published by Ocean.

The brand has been available for over 30 years.In February 2007 Quavers were re-launched in new packaging (along with other Walkers brands such as Wotsits and Monster Munch) to coincide with the new usage of Sunseed oil in their ingredients.

External links

* [http://walkers.corpex.com/cr15p5/products.asp?snacktypeid=31 Product page on Walkers site]

Walkers were originally called Smiths, where Quavers were produced by a separate brand from the original walkers crisps.

The original mascot for the brand was a bulldog dressed in a yellow suit (or different colours depending on what flavour he was advertising).

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