LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 16: A photo illustration of crisps on February 16, 2018 in London, England. A recent study by a team at the Sorbonne in Paris has suggested that 'Ultra Processed' foods including things like mass-produced bread, ready meals, instant noodles, fizzy drinks, sweets and crisps are tied to the rise in cancer. (Photo illustration by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

There is no such thing as a bad potato chip. I love them all, even the flavors that I don’t actually care for. Once you have one you can’t stop. Today, we celebrate “National Potato Chip Day”!

Some little “chips” of information about those delicious, thinly sliced potatoes.

  • Have risen in popularity since 1853.
  • Takes 10,000 of potatoes to make 3,500 pounds of potato chips.
  • Average person eats six pounds of chips a year.
  • Potato chips make up 1/3 of all savory snacks
  • Salt and Vinegar was the first flavor of potato chips

I have to say that Pringles are my all time favorite. Even though the taste is a little different, they’re unnaturally the same shape and come in a can, I can’t resist them.  There’s just something about them. I do love kettle cooked chips, especially the salt and vinegar ones.

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Do you have a favorite?

Oh! I do love Ruffles with ridges! 🙂

Celebrating the awesomeness of the potato chip!

Happy National Potato Chip Day!

Celebrate our favorite holiday by grabbing a bag of your favorite Lay's!

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