Roger & Roger
Address: Rue de la Bassée, 1, 7700 Moeskroen, Belgium
Phone: 0032 0 56 84 00 30
Email: [email protected]
Roger & Roger
Roger & Roger, a company owned by the Dick family from West Flanders, is a rapidly growing producer of potato snacks. The company was named after two primary investors Roger Dick & Mylle Roger.
It distributes and exports crisps for the private label market to twenty countries from its base in Moeskroen. Roger & Roger began in 1999 and now has more than 250 employees. An enthusiastic, flexible and ambitious team of employees manages the complete production chain of our extensive range, from selecting the potatoes to packaging and distribution.
"Working under the motto, 'A Famous Name in Snacks' we work hard every day to be dedicated and preferred suppliers of top quality crisps. We don't just supply a product: we also work hard to build productive, long-term relationships with our private label clients. It is crucial that we understand the specific needs of our clients and make proposals to optimise our working partnership."
Roger & Roger produce Croky Potato Chips and Snacks, which are sold via an extensive network of retailers throughout Belgium and the Netherlands.
Roger’s Sea Salt Handcooked Chips
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a sustained sodium aroma. A good salty start. There was crispiness to the crunch which brought the salt rushing out. Actually, the salt kind of walked out slowly. They were basic, no-frills, everyday regular chips.
Roger’s Sour Cream & Onion Chips
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a feint smell of onion. There was a creamy potato that mixed well with a clear and present onion.
Roger’s Salt & Vinegar Handcooked Chips
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a sharp vinegary smart. This augured well so how did the flavour stand up? Given the muted appeal of the presentation, given the average look of the chips, it was a surprise to me that these were magnificent. The balance was bang on. There was salt and there was vinegar in harmony. And it was sharp, strong and an excellent example of the flavour.
Roger’s Black Pepper & Sea Salt Handcooked Chips
There was a mild peppery aroma when the bag was opened. The balance between salt and pepper was evident in its bounce effect. The initial munch took in the salt but the flavour quickly switched to a mild pepper that did not dominate but was successful enough to balance out a hit and return flavour between the two constituents.