Eating chips or junk foods is not enjoyable for me mostly I am into chocolates, ice cream or bread, I seldom ate chips unless someone invited me to do so, I have one friend on college who loves to eat Mr. Chips so I learned to love that chips from here because during vacant time and we are in each other company we sometimes went to Zafeway just to buy chips that when sometimes my money is not enough she is going to pay for the additional amount I need just so I can buy and eat with her.
Anyway the other day when we visited Kim’s Club Mart, Pringles are on sale. I took the chance to buy two flavor, Original and Smokey BBQ, my husband asked me why I bought it, he knows I am not going to eat it. I told him I will put it on my box, box to Philippines.
Honestly I think I only buy these chips once or twice, the last time I remember I bought these chips when I am already working, I just felt it was so expensive for me to buy this chips all I can afford is tortillos or other chips that wont excess to $0.65. My husband asked me how much is it in the Philippines, when I replied he told me there’s no deal because it is just the same price but I told him it is still cheaper with the value of money here, don’t just convert it to Philippines pesos. Lol!
Pringles is a brand of potato and wheat based snacks produced by Procter & Gamble. Pringles are sold in over 100 countries and have yearly sales of over US$1 billion.Procter & Gamble chose the Pringles name from a Cincinnati telephone book, having been inspired by Pringle Drive in Finneytown, Ohio, due to its pleasing sound.
Pringles brand potato crisps were first sold in the United States in October 1968, and distributed internationally by the mid-1970s. In April 2011, P&G agreed the $2.35Bn sale of the company to Diamond Foods of California, more than tripling the size of its snack business.