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Medway tri

13th April 2018

Helping keep hunger at bay on race day

As partners with Change 4 Life, Nim’s Fruit Crisps are committed to promoting a healthy and balanced lifestyle through helping people to make and sustain changes that will improve their health. Honouring this commitment, the Kent based brand are pleased to announce that they have teamed up with their local triathlon club, MedwayTri, and will be supporting their adult and junior duathlon event, taking place on the 28th of April at the Cyclopark, Gravesend. Similar in format to a Triathlon, the event itself, sees athletes compete over three phases (run-cycle-run) and will feature five age classifications in the junior section, the youngest category starting at aged eight and the eldest 15-16, and one for the seniors, aged 20+. What’s more, all the age classifications form part of the Triathlon England South East Races Series, with local clubs competing over nine separate events across the South East and all athletes winning points based on both participation and achievement for their clubs. The MedwayTri Duathlon is the X event of the South East series and on top of winning points for their clubs, all competitors receive a ‘finishers’ medal and prizes are awarded to the top three male and female finishers in each age classification. Helping keep hunger at bay on race day, Nim’s Fruit Crisps have partnered with MedwayTri club and will be giving all participants the opportunity to get their hands on some of their nutritious and healthy fruit crisp snacks. Available in 11 different flavour varieties, the secret behind the incredible taste of Nim’s Fruit Crisps, which burst with fruit and vegetable flavours, is their simplicity. Using Great British fruit and veg, thinly sliced and air-dried, Nim’s add nothing and take nothing away, meaning all the natural goodness remains. What’s more, by avoiding frying the need to add oil and fat is removed, and their crisps remain exactly as they should be ‘crisp’. It also means the full flavour of the fruit and veg is locked in and intensified, giving a fuller flavour that tantalises taste buds. Adding to the brands feel good factor, they count as one of your five a day and because the full fruits are used, which allows Nim’s to operate a zero-waste policy, the crisps are also jam-packed full of fibre. The result is a tasty and genuinely healthy alternative to potato crisps that are equally at home in your gym bag, at work or school lunch box. To register for the Medway Tri duathlon, you must either live within the South East area, or be a current member of a South East Triathlon registered club and be a British Triathlon Home Nation Member. To learn more about Nim’s Fruit Crisps or Change 4 Life simply visit and if you want to get your hands on more, Nim’s Pear, Apple and Beetroot & Parsnip Crisps are now available in Tesco stores nationwide.