Taste test: This flavor from Pringles' Loud line stood out from the other two for the different materials in the underlying chip; while the Spicy Queso and Salsa Fiesta flavors were primarily corn and were labeled "Corn Crisps," this one was dubbed "Grain and Vegetable Crisps." The composition wasn't entirely different, as the first ingredient was still corn, but this also included a "Grain and Vegetable Blend" that included carrots, rice, barley, oats, spinach, peas and wheat, plus farther down in the ingredients there were potatoes and more rice.
The chips had a light green color overall, with some small darker green spots plus some orangish things scattered throughout. The actual chips were more green and less yellow than the one pictured on the front of the can. There were also fewer of those colored bits, and they were less distinct than shown. I crunched in to find a brittle feel with a tasty mix of veggies and cheese. It wasn't a typical Pringles taste at all, but it was a very nice flavor.
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Smell test: Kind of a typical veggie chips smell, but with some cheese too. Pretty good.
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This snack was discovered at Star Market at the Prudential Center, Boston. Review published .