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Old 09-24-2018, 05:35 PM   #1
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Lay's MAXX Sizzling Barbeque flavor review...



Back to the Indian food store for this item that is from India...

This bag did have some nice sized chips in it.

As you can see from the image the chip does not look at all like a typical USA potato chip.

This is a DEEP ridged potato chip.

I say this did have Barbeque flavor. I say sizzling was just for a buzz word.

Liked the crunch of the chips.

Taste was good.

I give this chip a big thumbs up and wish this style would come over here to the USA.

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Once again, I live five miles from FritoLay headquarters, and have never heard of this. We don't get any of the new stuff.

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Old 09-25-2018, 05:21 PM   #3
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Once again, I live five miles from FritoLay headquarters, and have never heard of this. We don't get any of the new stuff.

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The item is from India. Unless you can find a local mom and pop Indian food store this is going to be one tough product to even find in the USA.
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