Herr's do well with the 0g of Trans Fat symbol at the top of the bag. It is a positive, but one of few on this packaging design. The shiny red is great and it teams up with the other regular flavors in Herr's stable. However, if we were to say this packaging hasn't changed for forty years, most would believe us. We would be wrong, but it certainly looks dated.
These Rippled Chips were cut just about as thin as you dare without leaving a bag full of crumbs. This meant The Snap Test was failed - instead of a nice break in the middle, the Chip shattered. However, this in turn aided crispiness. The crunch made for a superior snappy bite full. It was nothing like a hard, firm crunch of a Kettle Chip, for example.
A fairly natural looking Ridged Chip. There was natural discoloration and a few blemishes as you would find with random potatoes. The wide wavy nature of the surface was relatively seasoning free and oil bubbles were minmal.
Rather than the myriad of jazzy flavors available, there are consumers that consider a natural, flavor free Chip, to be the only option. These Chips had flavor, but it was of potato. The saturated fat content is high, which has obviously helped the flavor along - these had a warm and fluffy taste that made us go back for more of a flavor we would ordinarily avoid.