It's the story of how a Mexican snacks company created the world's hottest schoolyard commodity.
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Calbee's new line of potato chips is meant to be eaten warm. Unsurprisingly, that hasn't worked so well.
Why can’t we just be happy with what we have, especially when what we have is so damn good?
Could you just crush up your own chips? Sure. But Koike-ya has done it for you.
Please, my potato. He’s very sick.
The trophies were filled with actual fish and chips.
Like a nice cup of coffee, you’ve gotta give the shrimp chip time to sort of bloom in your mouth.
Plus, apparently smelling pizza for longer than two minutes makes you want pizza less?
"Pinnacle is exploiting the State of Hawaii for its own financial benefit, at the expense of the deceived consumers," the lawsuit reads.
Sure, there might be marshmallows on top, but it's what's underneath that counts.