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 except for some honey cone shapes and a few random cartoon honey bees.
These had a crispy crunch, like many thin Potato Chips. There were a few broken oil bubbles which made some of the Chips even more brittle. The effect was more of a munch than a crunch.
These Chips were a little greasy, but most were whole. There were some brownish blemished areas and oily transparent patches, but the overall hue was orange, but the color varied from Chip to Chip. Fingers got a bit messy, but only one napkin was required!
These Chips were sweet. By inference (honey) an unsuspecting customer cannot question the likelihood of this. However, these seemed more sweet than barbecue. A good balance between a pair of flavors is either a bounce between the two flavoring partners, or a comfortable blend. These were nice tasting Chips, but certainly leaned more towards tangy salt and sweet.