If you’re looking for gluten free crisps in the UK, try the following (though always check labels as ingredients and policy occasionally change). Most are available via major supermarkets, but you can often get good bulk buys via Amazon dealers.
Burts Potato Chips
All flavours of Burts own branded chips are gluten-free.
Note that their Guinness, Levi Roots and Lentil Waves products are NOT gluten-free.
For more, see the Burts Chips website, or find via Amazon, or many major supermarkets.
Only one flavour (Pork Sausage and English Mustard) is NOT gluten-free. The rest currently are. Check ingredients on their website here.
Six flavours, only one of which (Roast Beef) is not GF. Others are.
See their website here.
Irish manufacturer of GF crisps, characterised by Irish twists on flavours – including shamrock and sour cream!
More info on their website.
Irish brand, recently reformulated to be gluten free. Lots of Irish flavours – Irish sea salt, Irish cheese and red onion, Irish cider vinegar and sea salt – as well as a few others.
Check out their website here.
Recently reformulated to be both barley and wheat free, although have always been gluten free.
Familiar flavours, as well as some more unusual options, such as rosemary and thyme, chorizo, and tomato.
Wholesale only. For more, see the Pipers Crisps website. Bulk deals via Amazon.
Bear-shaped snacks in several flavours – plain, cheese, cheese & onion and salt & vinegar. Loved by kids but liked by adults too!
See the Pom Bear website, or find via Amazon UK or Amazon US.
“Our full range of crinkle cut, straight cut and lattice crisps are gluten free”
A large selection of mixed flavours and boxes are available via Amazon UK and many major supermarkets.
Gluten free vegetable crisps – beetroot, parsnips, sweet potatoes, carrots.
See their site for more information.
Lentil-based puffs – which are free from all 14 allergens – in cheese and onion / salt and vinegar flavours. Vegan, too.
See their site for more.