Krupuk, kerupuk or kroepoek: delicious fried crackers made from tapioca starch. These bite-size snacks are the oriental counterpart of crisps. Krupuk is loved all over Asia, especially in Indonesia. The Dutch are also crazy about kroepoek. As a side-dish for satay, noodles, rice dishes or curries. Another great food pairing is kroepoek, beer, plus a nice movie with friends.

For our tasty Wilthagen Kroepoek we added local produce as flavouring. Extremely local, in fact: all products are harvested within a few miles of our manufacturing facility. Fresh organic seaweed and shrimps from the North Sea. No excess sugar or additives added. Glutenfree. Our seaweed fits perfectly into a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle.

Dutch Shrimp Krupuk

Indonesian style Krupuk. Made from locally caught shrimps. North Sea shrimps, the ones with that lovely sweetish flavour. We use the whole shrimp and nothing but the shrimp. Well, shrimp and tapioca starch. To create a puffy and crispy snack which is quite addictive.

You can eat Wilthagen Shrimp Krupuk as snackfood or as a side dish. In Indonesia, people like to crumble their krupuk on stewed beef or a satay dish. For extra texture and flavour.

  • Krupuk from Holland. From Zeeland, to be exact.
  • MSC certified
  • Made with 10% shrimp, those are packed with flavour.
  • Gluten-free.
  • Made from natural ingredients.
  • No artificial flavours or preservatives.

Seaweed Krupuk

Dutch krupuk from local produce. Made from seaweed, organically harvested. These are deliciously puffy vegetable crackers with a nori flavour. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Krupuk is excellent snack food. Or a surprising side dish. You can dip them, stuff them. Or just eat them straight from the bag.

  • Krupuk made from seaweed.
  • Gluten-free.
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
  • With knotswier, also called rockweed, bladder wrack or yellow tang. 
  • Organically harvested.

Shrimp Krupuk Sweet Chili

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