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Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 11:14 am
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Pop Chips is a wildly popular chip that has taken the snacking world by storm. These tasty snacks not only taste great, but they’re a snack you can feel good about eating. Pop Chips are made through a process of air popping instead of frying in greasy oils. Then, natural, tasty seasonings are added to the chips in a variety of flavors. They contain half the fat of traditional chips and are free from artificial flavors and colors, genetically modified ingredients, preservatives and trans fats. Potato and tortilla Pop Chips are available in a variety of flavors for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for a classic flavor like barbecue, a traditional salted chip, or a zesty jalapeno flavored snack, Pop Chips has you covered.

Pop Chips can be found in several stores nationwide and typically sell for $2.00 to $4.00 a bag. Prices may vary depending on the individual store. Visit their official website for information on where you can find these delicious snacks in a store near you. Pop Chips operates out of San Francisco, California.

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