Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips Use Traditional Polynesian RecipeMountain Lakes, N.J.-based Pinnacle Foods Group LLC's Specialty Foods Division rolls out Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips and Hawaiian Snack Rings, nationally.
Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips, which have a loyal following on the West Coast, bring something unique to the supermarket. With the Hawaiian tagline, "Lolo 'Ono," which translates to "Crazy Delicious," Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips use the traditional Polynesian recipe that originated the Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chip.
Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips and Snack Rings are recognized not only for superior taste and quality, but also for the artistic, colorful, tropical artwork that appears on all packaging. Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips. varieties include:Original -- Slow cooked in the old Hawaiian tradition in a select blend of oils for a crispy, crunchy potato chip, finished with the just perfect pinch of salt to enhance the natural potato flavor; Sweet Maui Onion -- Crispy, golden chips cooked to perfection, then seasoned with just the right amount of Sweet Maui onion flavor; Luau BBQ -- Although the front of the bag boasts Sweet and Spicy, consumers say it's sweet and sassy and full of detectable flavor; and Wasabi -- Combining the zest of wasabi root with a kick of horseradish and thick sliced potato chips to create this ultimate island delight.
Hawaiian Snack Rings varieties include: Sweet Maui Onion Rings -- Light and crispy rings cooked to golden perfection and seasoned with just the right amount of Sweet Maui Onion flavor; and Luau Barbeque Rings -- A wave of flavor in a crispy ring snack.
"We are delighted to bring a taste of the islands to the rest of the country to expand people's taste horizons," says Terri Barberi, brand development manager in the Specialty Foods Division of Pinnacle Foods Corp. "The distinctive flavor profiles, crunchy texture and unique packaging all combine to offer consumers a product that is above comparison, and we know they'll love it."
Distributed by Tim's Cascade Snack and Snyder of Berlin, the suggested retail price for Hawaiian chips is $2.99 to $3.49, and Hawaiian Snack Rings retail for $2.99 to $3.49.
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