There is not much to this bag design. All the bags are red. There is a beg arrow shape in the centre. There are some graphic ingredients and there is the obligatory array of Potato Chips. The Chio branding sits neatly at the top and the flavour is in big central letters. However, it works. We would prefer if the bags were flavour colour coded, or at least the arrow thing, which is in some cases but not in others. But overall the effect is a good one
A useful and worthwhile exercise in Crunch management: There were no hard and brittle bites as is often the case with Hand-Cooked Chips, but the Crunch was sustained throughout
These were mostly large and well defined Chips with some small to medium oil blisters and a fair amount of green speckled seasoning
Intersnack are the biggest Potato Chips suppliers not owned by an American company. There experience told with this flavour because although Sour Cream and Onion is a peculiarly American flavour, but Chio certainly nailed it here. There was a muted Onion overplaying a backdrop of Creamy Potato.