Release the Krokketens

Release the Krokketens

Looking for something to eat but don’t know what? Tired of the usual pinoy snacks like, fishball, kwek-kwek, shomai and the gang. Why not be sosyal and eat Krokettens, Netherland’s favorite snack as the Dutch word means a little, round ball. It’s a Dutch version of nuggets, only that it’s purely potatoes.

It’s originally called Krokets but was changed to add a Pinoy twist in to it. It also comes in cheese, chicken, beef, bacon, hotdog, longganisa, pork adobo, mango, and tuyo flakes, all flavors offer an exciting taste with a Filipino twist, especially when paired with the tasty dips. Deep fried in corn oil in promoting itself as a healthy snack.

For only P35 per order, Kroketten offers three varieties: Original Kroket, the original oblong shape with ground beef, chicken, and cheese; Kroketballen, by far Filipinos’ most favorite and has three pieces of crunchy potato balls which come with dips; and the miniballen, the bite sized potato balls considered best for sharing.

Kroketten also offers their  invigorating fresh fruit juices one can ever imagine! And why not? They’re made of the purest and natural fruit juice minus the white sugar, branded exclusively by Vers En Snel by Kroketten. A Dutch word means fresh and fast, it has two signature thirst quenchers.

You’ll love the Mango-Guyabano, because I did.

Since snacking on potato is one of the most popular sustenance and enjoyment in the country, we introduce a unique variety that is surely yummy, appealing, and extra healthy. It’s also interesting to know that it’s made affordable for all!

“Kroketten is one of the best ways to enjoy potato—crunchy, filled with cheese and meat, while they’re deep fried in a healthy corn oil. We’re now located in twelve branches which amazingly garners an impressive response since we started operations fourth quarter of last year”, says Kroketten president/owner Maribel Bosch.

Confident about the potential of the product, the company is also open for franchise for a very affordable total investment of P195,000 (vat exclusive). To date, it operates in thirteen malls including the recently opened Mall of Asia branch in Pasay. Ultimately, the brand’s international flavor in design with a unique Filipino appeal will surely make history for being the first healthy Dutch potato snack to expand in the country. Visit for inquiries.

PS. I lost all my photos, I have deleted it accidentally. Check out Azrael’s photo coverage here.

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