Taste test: These are kind of like Pringles, but they seem to taste a little more potatoey.
The chips are similar in shape but somewhat smaller. Like Pringles, they come in a can. However, this can is a bit more flimsy than Pringles can, with just a thin layer of cardboard but no foil lining. But this one also has a sealed clear plastic bag inside (unlike Pringles) and inside the bag is a tray that holds the actual crisps. This combination of can, bag and tray did an effective job of keeping the crisps intact, as none of them were broken. Pringles cans typically have several broken crisps near the bottom. Rick (who can eat anything) said they're better than Pringles, but Jim (who can eat a whole can of Pringles in one sitting) didn't like them at all.
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Smell test: Smells kind of like Pringles but sort of different.
From the package: “Ready Salted” ... “Salted potato snack product. Ingredients: Potato puree powder (55%), vegetable fat, modified starch, salt, dextrose, emulsifier: E 471, antioxidants: E 304. Made in Germany. Keep Dry.”
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This snack was discovered by David Ferranti in Germany.
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