Pringles Wavy Classic Salted

Snack Review

Pringles Wavy Classic Salted

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Taste test: While Pringles has explored a wide spectrum of flavors for years (we've reviewed more than 100 of them), the thing that's generally predictable is the shape, which is consistent not just from one chip to the next, but across products too. (Of course, there have been exceptions, with a Mini version shrinking down the same shape and the Stix version abandoning the shape completely.)

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For the first time in many years, we've got a rippled version of Pringles. The crisps had the same overall shape as original Pringles, but a series of ripples ran parallel to the long dimension of the chips. In all, it was just about five ripples per piece. (The ones branded as Pringles Ridges that we reviewed in 2002 had narrower ripples.) The pieces pictured on the can had a whole lot of color to them, but the actual ones were a very pale shade of yellow. We crunched in to find that the taste didn't change much if at all, but there was a very noticeable additional crunch to give them a distinct texture.

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Smell test: The same as regular Pringles.

From the package: “Canister contains at least 50% recycled material; 15% post-consumer content.”

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Company: Kellogg's

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This snack was discovered at Wal-Mart. Review published .

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