Lays: Classic Potato Chips

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A potato chip is a slice of potato, deep fried or baked until crisp. Potato chips serve as a side dish or snack. The chips of this kind are just cooked and saled, but chips are an important part of the snack food market in English-speaking countries and many other Western nations. Lays Classic potato chips contain potatoes, healthier oil, and salt. Consumers buy lays classic potato chips because of the fufilling taste, crunchy and salty.
Lays' potato chips have become such a common snack among many americans, you will be surprised if you go to any american bar b que, or picninc, or casual event, where you wont find at least one bag of Lays Chips. The symbol itself has become an icon describing a good quality snack. Just looking at the logo could have some mouths watering, hoping to taste the mellow, crisp golden colored chip. The shiny yellow pouches catch eye easily in any supermarket or in shops. On biting the chip, one can hear the ‘crraccck’ and then it just melts inside mouth leaving the ‘want more’ feeling. And the ‘crraccck’ feeling makes Lay’s different from the other ones. Most of the consumers likes to eat chips with sandwiches thats why not only you find these product at stores, you find them in small fast food restaurants.
Designer makes the back of bag easier to read and understand because consumers are more and more interested in nutrition and ingredients, draws attention towards meaningful information and engages consumers with information that helps them make healthier snacking choices.
Snacking is an important eating occasion which creates an opportunity to include good for you nutrients in the diet, helps to avoid overeating at meals and fuels the body to prepare for physical activity. Snacking is part of the American diet which means nearly about all americans eat one snack a day.On the back of bag its said "We grow the best snacks on earth".
Lay's Classic potato chips version of most classic brand. Lays Classic potato chips contain

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