Kettle Brand Chips: 40% Less Fat 40% Less Fun?

Back when Light Mayo came around, the world was up in arms. But then everyone realized it tasted pretty much the same, and we didn’t breath as hard going up a flight of stairs. Now Kettle Brand Sea Salt Potato Chips is putting out a 40% reduced fat product.

While it probably won’t taste the same as a bag with the full fat content, it’s pretty sure to taste just as close. There is, however, a 45-milligram increase in the sodium content as a trade off to the fat reduction. So I guess slimming down means raising blood pressure. A small sacrifice, but I guess a fair one in the name of health.

It’s worth trying at least one bag, don’t you think?

via: The Impulsive Buy

By Peter Pham

Pete's favorite foods include pizza, tacos and pretty much any kind of breakfast. He'll usually snap a photo or two while his food cools down.

2 replies on “Kettle Brand Chips: 40% Less Fat 40% Less Fun?”

Why not just stick to what they do best? If i want a great tasting 40% reduced fat potato chip I buy Cape Cod. I’ve always loved the taste of Cape Cod’s reduced fat  kettle chips and now I’ve found they have a bunch of flavors as well with the same 405 less fat. can’t find them in all the stores but Publix has the flavors and the plain Cape Cod bags as well.

Those have been out for quite some time now unless it was a trial run in NY but I doubt it.

They taste great and not like those crappy cardboard baked chips that Lays sells.

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