The creators of a unique brand of crisps, dedicated to regional flavours, are the latest backers of our Three Counties Farming Awards.

Two Farmers Crisps was an idea born over a pint and, appropriately, a packet of crisps in a conversation between Sean Mason and Mark Green.

Their local ingredients include using the famous Droitwich salt for their Salt flavours.

They join a long list of celebrities who will be popping in to the live broadcast of the winners ceremony on Facebook page on November 26.

The Awards recognise outstanding work by farmers and agricultural businesses across Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire.

The show is hosted by BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson and there's a special appearance from NFU President Minette Batters.

"We had the potatoes, we had the premises, we had renewable energy and we shared a love of Herefordshire," said Sean.

The duo hit the headlines as they introduced the first fully compostable crisp packet. "Put it in the compost heap and it will have vanished in six months."

The Two Farmers have since added another distinctively Herefordshire flavour to their crisps.

Tudge's Rare Breeds Pork, supply the Two Farmers for their Hereford Sausage and Mustard flavour.

The commitment to using the real thing for their flavours is also demonstrated in their Cheese and Onion crisps, produced using Charles Martell's Hereford Hop cheese.

The Tudge partnership fits well with the Two Farmers philosophy of being kind to the planet and managing the countryside in a sustainable way.

Hereford Sausage and Mustard joins the other local flavours in the range - Hereford Bull Shot, Hop Cheese and Onion, Lightly Salted (using Droitwich salt) and Salt and Cider Vinegar, the latter created from ancient apple trees in Sean's orchards.

For more info go to the awards section of our website.