J&D’s Foods launches Black Truffle Crisps in Western Canada Costcos


TruffleCrispspairThere are 3 flavors that make up our culinary pyramid: Bacon, Sriracha and Truffles.

Truffles? No, not chocolate. The fungus. If you haven’t had truffles before, trust us – they’re unreal delicious. Much like bacon, they can be used on almost anything. Much unlike bacon, they are not made of pigs – but pigs often have a big role in finding them. They use their acute senses of smell to help truffle “hunters” dig them up from the roots of trees in certain regions in Italy, France and even the US with just the right soil conditions.

Our newest product – Black Truffle Crisps – may just be the best thing we’ve ever made. They’re available in Western Canada Costcos for a limited time and at www.TruffleCrisps.com. They’re great with cheese, cured meats/salumi, as a gourmet snack, or as a side to your favorite soups and salads. Buon appetito!


  1. Ninemsn
    November 8, 2013 at 9:02 am

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  2. Sandra
    November 19, 2013 at 7:31 am

    Just returned to Seattle from a weekend trip to B.C., where I bought a few boxes of these crisps to try. I love anything truffle-flavored, so I figured that these were a sure bet. Wow, after one bite, I’m in love! The truffle flavor is perfectly balanced with a bit of salt and the crisps are light and, well, crispy! =) I’m eating them plain and can’t stop!

    Any chance you’ll be selling these in U.S. Costcos? I will drive back to B.C. to get more if I have to, but I hope that I’ll be able to pick them up locally some day soon! Good job, you guys!

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