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Kettle Brand Potato Chips, Sea Salt and Vinegar, Single-Serve 1.5 Ounce (Pack of 24)
Flavor: Sea Salt and Vinegar|Size: 1.5 Ounce (Pack of 24)|Change
Price:$29.75+ Free shipping with Amazon Prime


TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICEon September 9, 2015
Thicker and crispier than your tradition potato chips with great taste. The salt seemed to be baked into the chips rather than sprinkled on which makes every bite satisfying without having a lot of salt rubbing on your fingers.

The one ounce bags are great for children or if you want portion control with your snacking/meals habits. This product is great for kids lunches as it's just the perfect amount without overdoing the calories/fat/salt intake and will teach kids proper portion control.

This is not a good product if you want to snack in bulk as there are cheaper options if you buy larger bags. Each bag comes with around 15-20 chips depending on the sizes

Packaging wise it could use some work. The open-tab opens vertically which doesn't make much sense as you get disoriented from turning it to the side and having the text in the wrong position and may spill on occasion if you are not self aware. The only reason I think it is designed this way is that it discourage you from digging deep into the bag and getting your hands greasy as there is more open space for your hands to reach in. Also upon opening it's hard to re-seal prompting you eat it all in on go.

Overall great tasting product, individual packaging needs a bit of work 4.5/5
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on March 25, 2016
This is a chip that satisfies my craving for a crisp, moderately salty (sea salt) and a great lingering potato after taste. I have become very fussy with potato chips these days where most have an artificial flavor resembling a potato taste but not quite the real thing. Some people like using the chip for dipping but it can be over powered by the dip. Kettle is a brand where the chip is the taste i am looking for. My preference is the the kettle cooked chip lightly salted with sea salt.I see many people prefer the chips with with a slightly tart taste (vinegar). They must be good as they are so popular. I'll stick to the basic chip as my occasional treat that satisfies my potato chip craving.
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on February 28, 2016
Let me start off by saying I have never liked Kettle type chips because they are usually very thick and over cooked. I saw an advertisement and decided I would try them. I paid full price for them. I even ordered the 6 bag batch in case I didn't like them.

Each bag was 2 ounces and has jalapeño flavor. The chips are thin, snap crunch, and light jalapeño pepper flavoring. They were not too hot. I like they are all natural and are cooked with the peel on them. At least they are more nutritional than most chips. They are low in calories and sodium.

I can say now that I am a Kettle chip lover. I will continue to buy them but bigger quantities. I will have to make sure to limit myself though to one snack bag a day. You should try them you will not be sorry.
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on September 24, 2017
OK, I bought potato chips online once and they were AMAZING. My two orders since then have been totally stale. Kettle Chips are the best chips money can buy, but don't you dare buy them online. They are not rotated fast enough, so you'll likely tear open a bag of disap[pointment when you order with Amazon. Just go to your local store to get your Kettle Chip Fix!
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on March 25, 2015
These are pretty good but the flavor is not as good as Sriracha Pringles. The texture is great. They are thick like most kettle chips, so they have that crunch you expect from thicker chips. They stand up to bean dip so go ahead and make sure you have everything you need on hand when these things arrive at your door. They taste great with seven layer dip, too. About those Sriracha Pringles, you can only buy them at one store and I loathe that place so I'm going to stick with these instead. They're not so hot that they would injure a child but they are hot enough for people who like Sriracha.

They were packaged very well and help up great in shipping. I like individual bags as it keeps them fresher than a huge bag that you forget about until they've gone stale. I hate when that happens.
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on June 1, 2018
I like the taste in my morning cocoa, but not in coffee. And I like the convenience of non-refrigerator, on-shelf storage. I also like the smooth mixing when cooking ... it’s not just for pumpkin pie, folks! Both baked goods and stovetop or microwaves dishes benefit from the easy mixing-in and resulting good texture of this milk. I prefer the whole milk version, and can occasionally stand using the 2% version, but when given the choice will go for the whole-milk version ...better tasting, better texture, to me, at least. I stay far away from the fat-free or skim-milk version, because it tastes perfectly awful to me, and I’ve only ever made one thing with it in 50 years that was a success
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on January 11, 2018
These are super good, crunchy and just right amount of salt. I weaned myself off of chocolate with these delicious chips and now am a reformed "salty" person instead of "sweet". I even lost weight eating these because sugar is what creates fat, not fat! Happy camper and still low blood pressure. The salt and pepper version that is sold at Trader Joe's are also favorites, probably like them even more.
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on May 7, 2016
Perhaps these chips are stored in a hot environment, causing them to become prematurely stale. Our last order came just after I had seen a notice "more on the way". They were perfect causing me to think they weren't in storage very long. This shipment seems less fresh making them somewhat tough. I'm not sure for the reason. But these things matter since we depend on Amazon for so many of our needs
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on August 26, 2013
I can't imagine whose bright idea it was to ship a box of seventy-two packages of potato chips IN THE SAME PACKING BOX as TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS of cornmeal, but I would like to give them a a high five for their gift to me of an experience I won't be likely to forget soon. I don't know if it was the crushed potato chip box, or trying to lift the box with twenty-five pounds of cornmeal off the potato chip carton without crushing the few bags of chips that remained that was the more memorable of the long-lasting pleasures of unpacking those chips/cornmeal. Several chip bags had totally blown out, and some of the bags that were somewhat intact had been rocked by the cornmeal box on top of it until the chips resembled crumbs more than chips. On the pages describing Kettle Chips, the customer is alerted that the chips must be shipped separately from any other item in your order. Easy to understand why.
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on August 31, 2015
I love the relatively underrated pepperoncini (or banana pepper, as they call it out here) and when I saw that Kettle, one of my favorite chip brands, had a pepperoncini-flavored chip, I scoured local stores for them for a few weeks before finally relenting and purchasing online. I wound up being very well rewarded for my trouble - these chips are wonderful. They are quite sour, so if you don't like sour chips (such as salt & vinegar) then you might not appreciate them as much. I think Kettle did a wonderful job of capturing the pepperoncini in a chip, and will definitely be back for more.
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