Can this be permanent? Or, at least, not regional? (Spotted by David P at Turkey Hill.)
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3 thoughts to “BACK ON SHELVES: Lay’s Ketchup Potato Chips (2018)”
I got a bag of these today. They’re okay, but I was really underwhelmed. The Canadian ones are really caked in the ketchup dust and actually taste like you’re eating a chip dipped in ketchup. These chips taste like you took the Canadian ones and scraped 75% of the seasoning off. It’s just a less smokey barbecue chip. They’re definitely good, but they’re not a ketchup chip.
Completely agree Joey. Growing up my favorite snack whenever I went to visit Canada (PEI specifically) was the ketchup chips. I liked Humpty Dumpty or Old Dutch the best but even the lays were good. These US ones are not nearly as salty, sweet or tangy as the Canadian ones. SAD. Side note, you can get Humpty Dumpty ketchup chips on the regular in the North East in Shaw’s and they’re pretty close to what I remember growing up with.
dont understand y lays thinks they can do anytihng when it doesnt work.. the worst idea ever.. not gettng it and dont care… the 2 idiots here dnt apprecaite anything but just ketchup.. ketchu like mayo is a base for manty sauces.. worchester mayo and hot sauce is great.. mayo ketchup and garlic is latin and thats also great.. respect the condiment.. seriously
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