FINN CRISP Original’s classic recipe, based on whole grain rye, was first created in 1952 and is still the company’s most popular product. Finn Crips Original is baked using sourdough and has a full rye taste and a crispy character. It’s perfect for breakfast or as a healthy snack. Sprung from the Finnish rye fields, Finn Crisp has been a Finnish icon for close to 70 years.
Created for the 1952 Olympic Games, Finn Crisp brings all the goodness from rye to more than 30 countries around the world. But the crisp bread baking tradition goes back all the way to 1849 when Finn Crisp’s founding father started the company in Vaasa, Finland. Today, Finn Crisp is a part of Lantmännen, an agricultural cooperative owned by 25 000 Swedish farmers, operating in the Nordic Region.
FINN CRISP Beet Boost is a colorful rye crisp, baked with root crops & ginger and topped with chia seeds. The rye gives a savoury boost to the taste, while the vegetables adds a gentle sweetness.
FINN CRISP Carrot Crunch is a colorful rye crisp, baked with carrot & topped with crunchy pumpkin seeds. With the mellow rye as a basis, crispy delights take your sandwich to a new level.
Finn Crisp is one of the largest manufacturers of hard bread globally and is found on the shelves of over 80 000 stores. The bakery is located in the small town of Kotka, in the very south of the country. The healthy, thin bread is rich in fiber, low in fat and gives superior satisfaction.
Finn Crisp – a part of Lantmännen
Lantmännen is an agricultural cooperative and Northern Europe’s leader in agriculture, machinery, bioenergy and food products. Owned by 25,000 Swedish farmers, we have 10,000 employees, operations in over 20 countries and an annual turnover of EUR 4 billion (SEK 40 billion). With grain at the heart of our operations, we refine arable land resources to make farming thrive. Some of our best-known food brands are AXA, Bonjour, Kungsörnen, GoGreen, Gooh, FINN CRISP, Schulstad and Vaasan. Our company is founded on the knowledge and values acquired through generations of farmers. With research, development and operations throughout the value chain, together we take responsibility from field to fork.