The Grandma Utz range of (two) Chips varieties is clearly an homage to past times. It is doubtful that the bag has been re-designed for a a long period. We appreciate this, but do not agree with the approach. Utz must be very confident of their position in the marketplace because all of their own brand bag designs are very dated and border on the inappropriate for a modern market. They almost relate a 'Can't be bothered to modernise' sort of attitude to the customer, which cannot be a good thing.
These Chips had a greasy crunch. They were an improvement of Utz's regular Chips and the crunch lasted longer. They were almost Kettle Cooked in their texture and crunch.
These are standard Chips, with a regular cut, but they had more character than the normal Chips of no flavor in the Utz range. The traditional cooking method obviously made Chips look more interesting. There was potato skin on some edges and they were a richer, more dark yellow color. They also looked more oily
These Chips seemed more flavorful than the other plain varieties n the Utz range. It appears like they are cooked in lard, just like the good old days. Question: Why is the obesity problem higher now than ever before when so much of the bad food we all eat have new and improved healthier recipes? These do however have a bit too much saturated fat, but they certainly tasted natural. A taste of past Potato Chips.