Pringles cuts the sodium by 50% on these chips. They come in original flavor. Same signature stack-able shape you enjoy with other Pringles chips.
Only available in the original flavor.
Good taste. Arrive in good condition. A light and consistent chip with tangy flavoring that is not too strong. Packaging keeps too many chips from breaking.
Caution: you cannot eat just one.
A flavorful combination of spices that does not come across as too hot for most palates. Crisp and fresh. The jalapeno taste comes through.
This flavor can be a little hard to find in some areas.
A good standalone flavor. Arrives with few broken chips. This chip is for people who like spice. Contains cayenne pepper sauce for a good kick, but buttermilk to smooth it out.
Contains milk and wheat ingredients.
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Pringles potato crisps come in a distinctive packaging, which makes them unmistakable. They have a light, salty flavor on a thin chip. The curved, manufactured shape of the chip allows them to stack and have a better chance of not breaking in the can. Pringles makes chips in a lot of flavors, but not all win big on taste. The original flavor offers a nice potato taste that is not too salty. Some of the other flavors lay on the sodium levels pretty high. If you are concerned about salt, Pringles does make a lower salt option with 50% less sodium. Many of the most popular flavors include slightly spicy options with a little kick. If you don't want a kick, but still want good flavor, try the Sour Cream and Onion – a perennial favorite. Some flavors of Pringles are vegan, but none are gluten-free. Watch the labels closely for these ingredients as you choose different flavors.