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From Doritos to Vlasic, pickle flavored chips are a sweet trend for salty snacks

June 17, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
PepsiCo-owned Frito Lays has jumped on the pickle-flavored chips bandwagon with a Doritos version only available at Dollar General and Circle K store for a limited time. Several other chip brands are offering pickled versions, including Lay’s (also PepsiCo), Utz, Pringles (owned by Kellogg's), and Kettle (owned by Campbell's Soup). Craft chip makers Herr’s, Uncle Ray’s, and Louisiana's iconic Zapp’s brands have also introduced pickle chips. ConAgra Foods pickle company Vlasic has a line of pickle chips, made from real pickles. Competing pickle company McClure’s offers pickle–flavored crinkle cut chips, including Spicy Pickle and Garlic and Dill Pickle. It’s possible pickle chips are growing in popularity because the flavor seems more “artisanal” than standard salt and vinegar chips, according to a report from food news website Eater.[Image Credit: © Conagra Brands]
"From Doritos to Vlasic, pickle flavored chips are a sweet trend for salty snacks", Fox Business, June 17, 2020, © FOX News Network, LLC
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