Husman's have been making Potato Chips since 1919. They have every right to include their logo, but they haven't got one - just some italic writing like so many other 'traditional' companies. There is no doubt about the flavor, as it shouts from the bag. There is a little glossy color coding, but minimal effort has gone into this design.
There was little consistency in the bag we tested. The Chips didn't have much crunch and most were easily broken. This left a mushy potato stodge ball in the mouth pretty quickly.
A little greasy, but most of the Chips were whole. There were some brownish blemished areas and oily transparent patches. It did get a bit finger messy.
These Chips seemed a little salty at first. The barbecue flavoring did kick in to over ride it, and they remained fairly sweet barbecue for the remainder of the bag. They were not hot at all, which would disappoint some, but they were nevertheless an enjoyable barbecue flavor.