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Taste test: These kettle-cooked barbecue chips were decent but far from great. The barbecue flavor was OK and nothing special, and I didn't taste any honey. The crunch was pretty good, but overall just a good chip, not one I'd go out of my way to obtain.
Aroma: Sort of strange, but not awful.
From the package: "Having a snack attack? Try Wild Oats kettle-cooked potato chips! Admit it if you weren't in the store, you'd be munching some right now. And why not? They're thick, heartier and tastier than other chips — and with no added colors or preservatives."
This snack was discovered by Amitai at Wild Oats Market, Princeton, New Jersey. Review published .