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"Chip" Off the Old Block: Farmer John Premium Potato Chips

From Leslie's Snacks, the company that brought us that childhood favorite Clover Chips, comes another new product that aims to provide the public with a taste of Atlanta farm grown potatoes at reasonable prices.  I present Farmer John Premium Potato Chips.

Chips galore!

These chips actually come in 4 flavors (Mesquite BBQ, Cheddar & Sour Cream, BBQ Sausage, and Simply Salted).

I personally recommend the Cheddar & Sour Cream variant.  Having been fortunate enough to have been given a few bags to try out at Blogapalooza, this particulat flavor immediately called my attention -- mainly because I love anything sour cream flavored.  =D

It's actually quite a good combination.  The cheddar flavor does not overpower the sour cream and its not too salty as compared to other chips I've tasted.  And at Php12 for a 22g. pack and Php45 for a 90g. bag, its not bad at all.

Yum!

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Farmer John Premium Potato Chips can be found in all leading supermarkets and grocery stores nationwide.

Comments

  1. wow! i will add these to my grocery list

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  2. i've tried this..kala ko nga nung una imported dahil sa packaging..hehe!

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  3. Nice something new. Getting tired of the usual stuff being sold in the supermarket. Your post is very timely,sis :)

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  4. I haven't tasted this one yet. Anu kaya ang lasa?

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  5. @lelay: Please do. Its actually quite tasty. =)

    @kath: Yeah, right? Leveled up na ang pinoy products. Hehehe! =)

    @Pinay Mom: You're welcome. =)

    @♥ joei: If we share the same preferences, the Cheddar and Sour Cream flavor is a good choice. =)

    @Ishmael Fischer Ahab: Its actually quite good. =)

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  6. I've tried the cheddar & sour cream. Indeed, it is good. A cross between the two separate flavors of another junk food, Oishi Ridges. But the Ridges are way cheaper. If you're not particular about where the potatoes in your chips come from, they're a good alternative. =)

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  7. @@blackshirt13: Haven't tried Ridges yet. Thanks for the tip! ☺

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  8. i love farmer john! better than lays cos it's cheaper but same taste, almost! haha

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  9. @jaypee | enjayneer.com: Not much of a Lays person but Farmer Joh's is tasty. =)

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  10. best potato chips :* super <3 it !

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