Taste test: These were a lot like the regular Pringles, but they seemed to be less crisp, and they were also a bit less tasty.
Not bad, but just not as delicious as the original. If you want something lighter and would rather sacrifice a little taste than risk the Olestra-cooked version of Pringles, these could be a good choice.
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Smell test: Smells the same as regular Pringles.
From the package: “1.3 Less Fat than Regular Pringles” ... “This United Not Labeled For Retail Sale” ... “Pringles Reduced Fat Contained 7 g of fat per 28 g serving. Regular Pringles contain 11 g of fat per 28 g Serving.”
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- All Pringles (148 snacks)
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- Lowfat Chips (62 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2004
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