Here are some interesting new products found on store shelves by your fellow readers. If you’ve tried any of the products, share your thoughts about them in the comments.

Tim s Special Batch No 504 Cajun Potato Chips
Tim’s Special Batch No. 504 Cajun Potato Chips

(Spotted by Rachel J at Rite Aid.)

Chester s Cheddar Paws
Chester’s Cheddar Paws

(Spotted by Robbie at Walmart.)

Chester s Poppers Jalapeno Cheese Whirlz
Chester’s Poppers Jalapeno Cheese Whirlz
Chester s Poppers Cheddar Whirlz
Chester’s Poppers Cheddar Whirlz

(Spotted by Robbie at Dollar Tree.)

Kellogg s Town House Black Pepper Dipping Thins
Kellogg’s Town House Black Pepper Dipping Thins

There’s also a Sea Salt variety. (Spotted by Robbie at Walmart.)

Harvest Road Almond Butter Filled Pretzels
Harvest Road Almond Butter Filled Pretzels

(Spotted by Dorothy at Walmart)

10 thoughts to “SPOTTED (CRUNCHY EDITION) – 4/7/2021”

  1. Am I the only one here who has NO idea what a “cascade style” potato chip is?

    1. “cascade style” made in Washington state? from a website I found: “Tim’s Cascade Style Potato Chips began in 1986 with Tim Kennedy and his family in a 15,000 square foot facility in Auburn Washington. With mostly used equipment, they cooked small batches of thick sliced potatoes in square shaped kettles.” So, used equipment and square shaped kettles?

    2. It’s pretty much a kettle chip. Cascade(s) is a mountain range in the area that includes Mount St. Helens

  2. The jalapeno cheese whirlz might be my favorite jalapeno cheese chip I’ve tried. Definitely want more.

  3. Mmm.. container of cheetos paws. I tried their cheetos and popcorn mix last week and really enjoyed the combo. I can see mixing them all together.

  4. Heads up taste test: Tim’s Cajun vs. Zapps Cajun Crawtators (or any Zapps, for that matter. Voodoo, Voodoo Gumbo, Cajun Creole Spiked Tabasco, etc.)

  5. Those cheddar whirls are much better then I thought they’d be, very airy and crunchy
    2/$1 at Grocery Outlet LOL

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