Pringles are just as well known for their cylindrical packaging as for their suspiciously addictive fried crisps. Yes, that’s crisps—not chips.

They do not meet FDA standards for “potato chip” classification since they’re only made up of 42 percent potato product.

“Potato chips” are technically thin slices of potatoes fried, while Pringles are formed from dehydrated mashed potatoes. That means they’re either “potato chips made from dried potatoes” or simply “potato crisps”. Unfortunately, these hyperbolic paraboloid shaped crisps shatter easily, so if they were shipped in a bag like normal… more


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