Spotting a market opportunity ten years ago, John Mudd set out to create an alternative to mass-produced crisps, building a business that today sees 2.5 million packs of Real hand-cooked crisps sold each week in the UK.
Northern Irish snack manufacturer Tayto has offered administrators
an attractive bid for the remaining Golden Wonder plant, but will
absorb the business into its own operations rather than take the
Following last week's collapse of British snack maker Golden
Wonder, more than 60 prospective buyers have approached the
administrators hoping to acquire the rights to some of Britain's
most well known crisp brands.