BORN from an idea hatched over a pint in the pub, a Herefordshire enterprise celebrating the best of our produce will be appearing on screens across the country this weekend.

BBC One’s Countryfile team paid a visit to Herefordshire last month to find out more about a new sustainable crisp enterprise, Two Farmers Crisps.

Presenter Adam Henson visited the Pengethley based business, where he spent time with founders Mark Green and Sean Mason.

Adam was keen to discover what makes Herefordshire such a great county for growing potatoes and was given a tour of the land with potato farmer Mark.

Adam then went to find out more about how Mark and Sean are sustainably producing their new hand-cooked crisps on the farm, using renewable energy, locally sourced ingredients and, most importantly, the Uk's first 100 per cent compostable packet.

He also visited nearby Droitwich Salt and Charles Martell cheesemakers, who supply their produce to Two Farmers to flavour the crisps.

Mark said: "It was great to host the Countryfile team for the day and Adam was really impressed by the Herefordshire countryside and in particular the quality of the soil we have here; perfect for growing potatoes and making the best tasting crisps!"

The episode is due to air on April 14 at 6pm on BBC One.