Battlechips

Heavy duty chips for use in the toughest of environments.

Whether you're clinging to an oil rig in the storm-lashed North Sea, trekking across the tundra with a team of huskies or scaling a mountain in darkest Peru, you need a chip that will stand up to the rigours of the elements without becoming water damaged, broken or bent. You need a Battlechips chip.

Founded in 1941, Battlechips is a family company which firmly established itself in the specialist foods market when it developed armour-plated chips for use by the Allies in the Second World War. Building on this technology, the company went on to develop a range of all-weather adventure chips, impact-resistant sportschips and was even commissioned to produce a zero-gravity chip for the Apollo programme.

Nowadays the company remains the market leader in high-performance scratch-resistant chip technology. Often copied but never beaten, every Battlechips chip is the product of over fifty years of excellence and innovation. Don't trust your dinner to anything less.

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