Fox Family Potato Chips Salt & Pepper
Taste test: These potato chips were generally small and fairly dark in color, with a somewhat wiggly shape.
It took just one bite to realize that they were extremely good chips. They had a texture and taste similar to Russet potato chips, with a dry feel, excellent crispness and a great potato taste. The only thing missing was the promised pepper, because nobody could taste any. A close look at the chips showed some some dark spots that looked like they might be black pepper, but even after seeing that, we could hardly taste any. The pepper issue didn't really matter too much, because they were some of the best potato chips we've ever had.
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Smell test: Wow, great smell, like a baked potato. Reminded me of Kettle Chips.
From the package: “Potatoes have been a long-standing tradition in the Fox Family since the 1800's and are still the #1 product of Northern Maine Farmers. Rhett Fox, creator of Fox Family Potato Chips, began producing the mouthwatering potato chips in the late 90's. He started out very small — unable to supply the demand, but Fox had a dream. With encouragement from his father, he was determined to build a successful chip company and supply the demand for Fox Family Potato Chips.” ... “Prepared By Hand To Ensure The Best Best Quality.” ... ” 'Potato' Chips That Taste The Way Mother Nature Intended.”
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Company: Fox Family Potato Chips Inc.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Southwest Food Mart, Mount Desert Island. Review published .
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