Snyder of Berlin Open Pit Barbecue Potato Chips Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 160 11g 1.5g 220mg 0g
These glossy Regular Chips designs by Snyder of Berlin are all different. Flavor color coding is not a prime requisite, which it should be. A balance of fonts and text sizes is not balanced. The imagery is old fashioned or fussy. Even the popular matt bags of forward thinking rivals has been eschewed for ultra glossy bags. As part of one of the United States biggest snack food producers you would think a design company will be employed at vast cost to design something obvious and simple at some stage in the near future. Individually, the partnership with Open Pit for this bag works really well, especially with the big and obvious inference via the flavor stamp.
A mouthful of these Chips quickly turned into a potatoey mush, but not before a crispy snappy crunch, which while familiar, had a tinge of seasoning to stick around teeth and tongue.
Somewhat similar to their Flamin' Hot variety, these Chips were a bright orange color. The Chips were of a standard size. They were pretty much regular Chips, with some oil bubbles, oily parts and broken bits.
Like the Vlasic Dill Pickle Chips in the Snyder of Berlin range, these Chips include the ingredients of a well respected Barbecue Sauce transferred to a Chip. Whatever the flavor is will have been agreed to by both of the two companies, so we are happy to conclude that they are pretty much agreeable flavor-wise on that front. To us, they tasted sweet, tangy, vinegary and hot - Yes, a lot like Open Pit Sauce. Among the better Barbecue Sauce Flavored Chips we have tried.