Bret's Ridge-Cut Chips "La Craquante" feature a distinctive ridge-cut shape that delivers a satisfying crunch and a unique texture, setting them apart from traditional potato chips. The use of the French term "La Craquante" suggests these chips are targeted at individuals who value the textural aspect of their snacks.
Bret's, a family-owned enterprise headquartered in Pontivy, Morbihan, has proudly represented the French potato chip industry since 1995. Their core mission is to elevate Breton potatoes' excellence in every chip they create.
Their journey began in 1991 when Alain Glon partnered with Breton farmers to establish a dedicated potato sector for chips, benefiting local farmers. In 1995, they founded the first Breton crisps factory, pioneering flavored crisps in the French market under the Brets brand.