Cape Cod® Potato Chips, known for kettle-cooked potato chips with a ridiculously good crunch, adds two savory new cheese varieties to the snack aisle with the launch of Buffalo CheddarWaffle Cut and 40% Less Fat Aged White Cheddar & Sour Cream.
“At Cape Cod we’re always looking for enticing new flavor combinations that complement the hearty texture of our kettle-cooked chips,” said Faith Atwood, Marketing Manager, Cape Cod Potato Chips. “After listening to consumer feedback and evaluating food trends, we worked hard to develop new flavors that deliver the full taste and crunch that make our chips distinct, while continuing to deliver ‘on trend’ flavors in the ever-changing snack food category.”
The two latest varieties from Cape Cod Potato Chips deliver a delicious cheese flavor that the entire family can enjoy, but with a classic Cape Cod taste. The new products feature a bold, spicy option or a tasty health-conscious alternative.
— Buffalo Cheddar Waffle Cut kettle-cooked chips deliver the full spicy
flavor synonymous with Buffalo wings in every crunch, combined with the
creamy flavor of cheddar cheese. These extra hearty, waffle-cut chips
stand up especially well to creamy dips, such as a ranch or spinach dip.
— 40% Less Fat Aged White Cheddar & Sour Cream chips blend Cheddar,
Monterey Jack and Swiss cheeses with a hint of sour cream. Every crunchy
chip has rich, creamy flavor and 40 percent less fat than the leading
variety of potato chips. Pair these flavorful chips with a classic
chicken sandwich for a satisfying lunch.
The new Cape Cod Chips retail for $3.79 and can be found at major retailers or ordered online at http://www.CapeCodChips.com.
The entire line of Cape Cod kettle-cooked chips are made with all-natural ingredients, gluten-free, preservative-free and kettle-cooked in 100% canola oil. The well-known Cape Cod lighthouse makes it easy for consumers to find Cape Cod Chips in the snack aisle. For more chip pairing ideas and recipes, visit the Cape Cod Chips Instagram or the Cape Cod Chips Facebook page.