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18 June, 2007

Pringles Minis & Pringles Select

Pringles Minis hit the market late last year. Packed in bags instead of tubes the chips themselves are also 1/3 the size of the regular Pringles.

Pringles Minis come in three flavors: Original, Cheddar Cheese and Sour Cream & Onion.

The Minis come in single serving bags that are packaged in 5 counts and 16 count variety packs.
Bags offer portion control (120 calories for .81 ounces) and increased portability over the classic large tubes and newer short tubes. The Proctor and Gamble site says that Pringles have no preservatives or artificial ingredients.

For those looking for the bag experience with more flavor and texture, Pringles have also introduced Pringles Select, with artisan-style flavor combinations.

Pringles Select come in four flavor varieties: Szechuan Barbecue, Parmesan Garlic, Cinnamon Sweet Potato, Sun Dried Tomato.

They come in a flat bottomed bag to stand up easier and protect the contents.

Pringles Select's ingredients are rather different from the classic Pringles potato crisps, not only do these feature dried potatoes as an ingredient, they're also made with rice and/or cornmeal and in the case of the Cinnamon Sweet Potato, that's real sweet potato in there.

For more info visit Pringles.com

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The sweet potato ones are suprisingly delicious and somewhat addictive (as good potato chips should be). But they are sweet, not savory like terra sweet potato chips.

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