'Ondas' translates to Waves in English. You kind of get the speaker woofer in the ''O' of Ondas, vibration, waves etc., but it doesn't really tell the story. Fortunately there are two absolutely giant Chips on the front of the bag that explain fully. Good luck in finding such a huge Chip though. The bags are flavor color coded and there are some neat circles at the top and bottom that evoke 1960s imagery. The bag design looks nice and modern, but it doesn't tell the Barcel story, it's just a corporate design company job that lacks character.
There was a very soft munch to these Chips. We had to check to see if there was a hole in the bag to confirm they were not stale.
The Chips image on the front of the bag did not really do the contents justice. As soon as the tear strip was released, a glowing nuclear orange light emerged. These wide Rippled Chips were very very orange.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed an interestingly spicy Cheese aroma. At this point we have reviewed around a thousand different Chips and Crisps from around the world. None so far have had this amount of saturated fat in a bag. This immediately put us on alert and just four Chips were tried before we threw them away. The flavor was spicy, and particularly cheesy. It was actually quite an original taste that we would recommend, but only as a flavor.