Laurel Hill Foods Sea Salt & Vinegar Kettle Cooked Potato ChipsReview
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 140 8g 1g 240g 2g
This design ticks almost all the boxes. It has a historical reference with a background image that tops the bag. The company branding is small, discrete, but visible. The style of content is clear. The flavors are bag color coded to separate them on shelves. It even has a graphic image of a stack of Chips (it's not a photo of the Chips inside). It's a bit dull, but it has a rather serene and premium feel about it
These Kettle Chips provided a really nice crunch. There was a brittle, but crisp feel about them and the Snap Test revealed a nicely broken in two halves Chip.
These Chips appeared really light in color. Almost devoid of any oil. The texture was less rugged than is often seen on Kettle Cooked Chips and although there was a good helping of skin on a lot of the bag's constituents, they looked a little more natural than they perhaps should have. There was a very light dusting of seasoning visible.
There is no Sodium Diacetate in this product, so we know that the [interestingly] Apple Cider Vinegar used was added to the Maltodextrin to create the vinegar flavoring. They need more. Actually, there was less of a vinegary taste than we may have experienced before in these surveys. This is strange because often this particular combo is far too heavy on the vinegar flavoring to create a balanced Chip. These tasted of potato, a little salt but had nearly no acidity.