SPOTTED IN CANADA: Lay’s Cheesy Garlic Bread and Onion Rings Potato Chips

Lay s Cheesy Garlic Bread and Onion Rings Potato Chips  Canada

(Spotted by Kyle G at Sobeys in Canada.)

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8 thoughts to “SPOTTED IN CANADA: Lay’s Cheesy Garlic Bread and Onion Rings Potato Chips”

  1. I was really disappointed that these were chips.
    I thought they were onion rings…the only place that says chips is small text near the gram marking.
    I think it is deceptive.

    1. Hah I completely agree – the only reason I (impulsively) bought them was because I thought they were onion flavoured rings. I was confused for a moment to find potato chips in the bag

  2. Same here. The “only” reason I bought these is because I thought they where ring shaped as per the photo on the bag. All you see on the front of the bag are a slice of onion and onion rings with no indication that the inside is filled with basic potato chips with onion ring flavor. Looking at the back, it has a small image of a sliced potatoe turning into chips. While the taste is okay, what I was looking for is crunchy rings, which I did not get. After eating half a dozen of these chips, I discarded the bag as it was a totally boring feel to munch on.

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