Hawaiian Kettle-style Potato Chips and Snack Rings

May 5, 2011
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Company: Pinnacle Foods Group LLC, Mountain Lakes, N.J.
Website: www.hawaiianbrandsnacks.com
Introduced: April
Distribution: National
Suggested Retail: Potato Chips: 99 cents to $1.29 for a 2-oz. bag; $2.99-3.49 for an 8-oz. bag; $4.79-5.29 for a 16-oz. bag; Snack Rings: $2.99-3.49 for a 4-oz. bag
Product Snapshot: Bearing the tagline “Lolo Ono,” which means “crazy delicious,” these Hawaiian kettle-style potato chips and snack rings provide an exotic twist to a familiar flavor. The potato chips come in Original, Sweet Maui Onion (seasoned with sweet Maui onion flavor), Luau BBQ and Wasabi, which combines wasabi root and horseradish on to a thick-sliced chip. The onion rings are available in Sweet Maui Onion and Luau BBQ. Both the chips and rings are distributed by Tim’s Cascade Snacks, Algona, Wash., and Snyder of Berlin, Berlin, Pa.
Ingredients (Sweet Maui Onion Potato Chips): Potatoes, vegetable oil (peanut oil, corn oil or sunflower oil), dextrose, onion powder, whey powder, sugar, salt, hydrolyzed soy, corn gluten and wheat gluten proteins, maltodextrin, torula yeast, malic acid, garlic powder, natural flavor, romano cheese (milk, cheese cultures, salt enzymes), disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, spices.

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