Taste: These are pretty good potato chips, they have a sweeter barbecue taste than regular barbecue chips. I prefer the sweeter variety than the smokey barbecue, so that's a plus here. The chips themselves look a little oiler, but surprisingly didn't taste oily at all. I could definitely see myself eating a full bag of these, the barbecue flavoring was that good.
"Chapter 4: Who would have guessed back in 1926 that a mother of four and a former nurse in her forties named Laura Scudder would revolutionize the potato chip industry? Beginning with her first potato chip shop in Monterey Park, California, Laura Scudder continually strived for increased product excellence. From that humble beginning, Laura Scudder's has remained one of America's trusted names in snacks.
"In addition to her many innovations in industry, Laura Scudder was respected and trusted by her employees. After expanding into Northern California, Laura Scudder hired local housewives to help grow her business during the depression and was known around town as being fiercely loyal. That's because she cared! For Laura Scudder, the recipe for success was simple - it takes great people to make great potato chips!"
Trivia: These got squished in my carry-on bag returning from Las Vegas, so they might not be as small as we saw them.
This snack was discovered by Keith in Las Vegas. Review published .