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Neal Brothers Maple Bacon Kettle Chips
142 g
Maple Bacon: I’m sorry can you repeat that? Maple and bacon, on a chip? It’s true and they are as good as they sound! Miraculously, they're also vegan and kosher!

Features:
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Nut Free 
  • Vegan
  • Kosher
INGREDIENTS: POTATOES, SUNFLOWER OIL AND/OR CORN OIL (CONTAINS CITRIC ACID), MAPLE SUGAR, POTATO FLOUR, SEA SALT, NATURAL FLAVORS.


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Gisele: about a week ago

Good chips and crispness but didn't care for the sweetness.


alannah: about a month ago

so good!


Erin: about a month ago

The best of the "bacon" flavoured chips I tried... perfect crunch. Will definitely buy again.


Erin: a few months ago

Really good chips. Nothing else needs to be said.


Jessica: a few months ago

I'm not a snacker...That said, I ate the whole bag! The bacon flavour is not pronounced, but enhances any sweet flavour. The maple flavour is not strong either but the combination works well here. The chips are a nice thickness and give a good crunch! My new craving!


Giselle: a few months ago

Bought this for my sister, she loved it! She even kept the bag to make sure she has the info to re-order!


Natasha: a few months ago

Delicious! I ordered for my husband since I am not much for a chip person and we ended up sharing the bag. Unique flavour and a good price. Would definitely order again!


Michelle: a few months ago

The maple flavor comes thru more then the bacon. I found them to be a bit on the "to salty" side - we ended up dipping them in ranch dressing.


Melissa: about a year ago

The maple flavor is definitely more pronounced than the bacon. If you like sweet & salty combinations this is the chip for you.


Louisa: about a year ago

These chips are ok but they didn't knock my socks off. They're crunchy and mildly sweet but they're not particularly maple-y or bacon-y.

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