There are many things to like about there Covered Bridge bag design and just one to dislike There are also difficulties for any Canadian manufacturer that need to be overcome, which will always impact design. So, the good: The small logo is appropriately sized and stands out. The wavy flavor color coded bags are also great. Although it should be pointed out that the vast majority are shades of green or blue for some odd reason. Covered bridge handle the issue of two languages very well - the main image includes English, but in larger text is the French wording. This difficulty is handled very well. The bad: Really, what is it with these Chips companies are cartoon imagery! And poor cartoon imagery in this case. It is one thing having an uninspiring photo of Chips, but providing childish cartoons is simply the other side of the same coin. However, one major positive outweighs them all. The main purpose of food manufacturer packaging is to make their product stand out. These bags achieve this very well.
These Chips enjoyed a nice crack and crumble. They did not mush up, neither did they maintain their integrity too long, but instead there was a staged steady mulch to swallow.
These were very nice looking Potato Chips.They were bendy and curly. There was skin on edges. There was a real oil boiled gnarled look about them. Some brown parts and lots of green flecked seasoning.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a nose stinging Dill pickle smell, but the flavor delivered a less strident taste. Dill Pickle, or Gherkin, flavored Chips can often leave a salty aftertaste, which is perhaps not surprising because it really is a very strong flavoring variety. However, these Chips featured a slightly more muted taste that hit the spot perfectly. They balanced the Potato well with Dill and nothing was overwhelming or commanding. It was simply a perfectly balanced and pleasant, rather than overly strong, taste and hit the puck into the back of the net brilliantly.