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Ritz Toasted Chips...Yummy!

I try to avoid chips nowadays.  Never have been much of a chip-muncher anyway (started since I entered HS.  Just lost the taste for it I guess.)  But I make an exception with this.

Ritz Toasted Chips

Ritz Toasted Chips are made from wheat flour and are touted to have 40% less fat than the regular fried potato chips out in the market.

Just look at that toasty baby!

Oh!  And they also come in my favorite sour cream and onion flavor!  Heavenly!  It's truly addicting and I usually have a hard time stopping myself from eating more than 12 pieces (the recommended serving) at a time.  The chip pieces are huge, btw.

Not sure exactly where this is available locally since I just got this as pasalubong from a Canada-based tita (aunt.)  Anyone have any ideas where they sell these in Manila?  J

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  1. I thought it was a locally-produced. I hope I could try it too. :)

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  2. hi! you can buy toasted chips from s&r or landmark supermarket. :) happy new year!

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  3. @michymichymoo: Try the sour cream and onion flavor. I'm biased kasi. Hehehe!

    @Cha Cruz: Yey! Thanks for the tip! =)

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  4. Someone brought this to our party. He bought it from Hi-top Quezon Ave. Super addicting! :)

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  5. yeah this is my favorite too... i sually get ine from S&R

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  6. @Rosey: Hi-top supermarket's far from our place. =)

    @Anonymous: Thanks for the tip! =)

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  7. SM save more has it as well. Just got the Dairyland Cheddar flavor. It's nice! Texture, firmness, and taste. :)

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  8. They're also available at SM savemore. Just got their Dairyland Cheddar variant. Its nice! Love the texture and crispiness.

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  9. Sbma sis! Royal and puregold in subic bay may ganyan.. Suki din ako e! :)

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  10. San po banda meron? Sa manila po sana. Sa sm Valenzuela meron po ba ? Or sm north edsa? Or trinoma?

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