Taste test: These curvy potato chips were pale yellow in color, with some skin visible on parts of the edges and a sort of orangish area in the center of one of the chips.
The chips were a bit wiggly, though generally less so than some other kettle-cooked chips such as Cape Cod. When I bit in, there was a nice strong crunch and a good crispness, along with good fresh potato taste, though definitely a mild taste in terms of intensity of flavor. There was a low level of salt, so I had to eat quite a few chips in sequence to really bring out the potato taste.
Smell test: Nice but very mild potato smell.
From the package: “Kettle-Cook'd” ... “Made with the Golden Light Taste of Sunflower Oil” ... “Thank you for purchasing our Kettle Gold potato chips. They are slow cooked in 100% sunflower oil which gives them a golden light taste and exceptional crunch that you're sure to enjoy.” ... “Our family has been making potato chips for over 50 years. With our dedication to quality and commitment to excellence, we believe that Martin's chips are the best tasting potato chips in the world.”
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Company: Martin's Potato Chips, Inc.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Perrydell Dairy Farm, York, Pennsylvania. Review published .