Lay's Tastes of Canada Toronto College Street Pizza
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Lay's Tastes of Canada Toronto College Street Pizza

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Taste test: These are pretty good chips.

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They're kind of tomatoey and kind of cheesy, but they don't really taste like pizza. They probably taste more like pizza than they taste like anything else, but it's just not a very authentic pizza taste.

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Smell test: Wow, it really does smell like pizza.

From the package: “To celebrate the unique tastes that make this country great, we're proud to present Lay's Tastes of Canada. We've traveled coast to coast to find true Canadian flavours to be introduced twice a year. So take a cross-country tour with Lay's potato chips. To Jack and Tonina Ministro, quality ingredients means great pizza. They should know. Their restaurant, the Capitol Trattoria makes some of the World's best and captures the essence of Toronto's Little Italy: great food and great people! Blending the rich flavours of tomato, Italian spices and romano and Parmesan cheese, Toronto College Street Pizza captures authentic Italian pizza flavour in an irresistible Lay's chip. So take a slice of tradition and enjoy!”

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Company: Frito-Lay Canada (formerly The Hostess Frito-Lay Company) (Canada)

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at ebay. Review published .

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