Kettle Brand Baked Potato Chips
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  • Unfortunately, as the fat was being reduced, I feel that the flavor was taken along with it

    • by GenesisOne

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      Kettle Brand Baked Potato Chips are alright, although I really do not care for them as much as other potato chips that I have tried. One of the definite advantages that these potato chips have to offer is there is a serious reduction in fat, so these potato

      chips are not nearly as fattening as most others are. Unfortunately, as the fat was being reduced, I feel that the flavor was taken along with it. While I can still bite into one of these chips and recognize it as a potato chip, the flavor unfortunately suffers and the result is a potato chip that is on the bland side. I simply did not enjoy these potato chips as much as many others that I had purchased in the stores. They were still crunchy and they still looked like potato chips, but that is pretty ...

      • Kettle Brand Baked Potato Chips
      much where the similarities end when it comes to this and other potato chips. It is a shame, too, because potato chips with less fat would be a great thing to market, but people like me are not going to come back for a second bag if we
      find that the reduced fat chips turn out to be reduced in flavor chips, as well. I will not be purchasing a bag of these potato chips again because while reduced fat is an attractive quality, what is the point of eating something that I do not find to be all that enjoyable?

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