Pringles® Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips, 2.5 Oz
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Pringles® Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips, 2.5 Oz

Item # 155396 OfficeMax # 23915738
Sour Cream & Onion flavored chips for snacking on the go
  • Enjoy the tasty Sour Cream & Onion flavor.
  • Resealable container keeps chips fresh.
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Sour Cream & Onion flavored chips for snacking on the go
  • Enjoy the tasty Sour Cream & Onion flavor. 
  • Resealable container keeps chips fresh. 
  • Its portable size makes it a great snack for travel. 

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Item # 155396 
Manufacturer # 114718  
total recycled content 0%
brand name Pringles
item type chips
manufacturer Kellogg Company
postconsumer recycled content 0%
quantity 1
contents per unit 2.5 oz
container type tub

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Product Description

  • The awesomeness of sour cream, onion, and potato together can't be measured by modern science. We've decided it's simply a flavor combination nature intended and man perfected. We don't question it. We'll just keep making 'em, as long as you keep nomming 'em.


    • Creamy and cool taste
    • Sour Cream & Onion flavor
    • Pringles: You Don't Just Eat 'Em™ 


  • Creamy and cool sour cream

    So creamy and cool, the zesty zing will refresh your appetite and your outlook
  • You Don't Just Eat 'Em™

    Stack 'em. Stockpile 'em. Duck-lip 'em. No matter what you do with Pringles, You Don’t Just Eat ’Em™.
  • More ways to get your zest on

    Pringles Sour Cream & Onion potato crisps come in full-size cans, portable Grab & Go stacks, and lunch-size Snack Stacks®.
  • A ton of flavors to savor

    Pringles potato crisps come in 13 different flavors, including Original, Sour Cream & Onion, and Cheddar Cheese. So what are you waiting for? Get snacking.

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About Pringles isn’t just a snack. It’s a way of life. Kick convention to the curb, and embrace your playful spirit. Everything pops with Pringles. Make every moment pop with a taste of the unexpected. Is your mouth ready for a deliciously unique snack with indescribably rich taste baked right in? Nacho dip is practically a party staple. And while it’s pretty great, sometimes you’re in the mood to go dipless. Isn’t it great to have options? Pringles® Tortillas Nacho Cheese taste so amazing, even without dip they’re a mega hit. You’re packing your lunch—sandwich, salad, soda, whatnot—but something is missing. Enter Pringles® Snack Stacks. Suddenly lunch has crunch and flavor. And there’s just enough to hold you over until snack time.
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Flavors Original, Sour Cream & Onion, Cheddar Cheese, BBQ, French Onion Dip, Honey Mustard, Jalapeño, Loaded Baked Potato, Memphis BBQ, Pizza, Ranch, Salt & Vinegar, Cheddar & Sour Cream Cheese, Pizza, Honey Butter Southwestern Ranch, Nacho Cheese, Truly Original, Zesty Salsa BBQ, Cheddar Cheese, Original, Pizza, Sour Cream & Onion

Supplemental Info

  • Why do Pringles have such a unique shape?

    Vic Mills and Ken Hawley realized that developing a potato chip for P&G would require the reinvention of both chip and package. That is when they recruited P&G researcher Fred Bauer.

    Bauer and team researched a chip that would be stackable for efficient distribution, as P&G was unfamiliar with perishable items. Flat discs and rectangles were initially explored.

    Bauer’s serendipitous conversation with an astronomer led to an epiphany. Bauer thought up the double-saddle shape that easily stacked and wouldn’t crack under pressure.

    Alex Liepa simultaneously developed a process of creating a dough that could be flattened, formed, and fried— somewhat inspired by P&G’s paper products.

    Who is Mr. Pringles?

    Mr. Pringles' full name is Julius Pringles, but friends call him Mr. P. He is well-known for his large mustache, parted bangs, and bright red bowtie. But where did he come from and why is he selling us uniformly shaped crisps in a can?

    The original Mr. P was designed by Arch Drummond from New York’s Walter Dorwin Teague Associates, conceived as an old-fashioned bakery shop owner to help counteract the canned image presented by the package.
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