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Would You Try These Potato Chip-Flavored Noodles and Noodle-Flavored Chips?

American brand of potato stackable snack chips, Pringles, celebrates its 50th anniversary by partnering with Japanese noodle company Super Cup, also celebrating its 30th anniversary, to bring the Land of the Rising Sun four new and unique products:

Jalapeño and Onion Cup Noodles, chicken stock-based garnished with potatoes and onions. It’s one-and-a-half times bigger than the regular-sized serving and has a Pringles Jalapeño packet for consumers to adjust the spiciness.


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Sour Cream and Onion Yakisoba marries the iconic potato chip flavor and yakisoba; stir-fried noodles seasoned with blended onion, garlic, and sour cream. If you’re not satisfied with the taste, there’s an extra sachet of flavoring with every purchase.


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Acecook torigara shoyu ramen Pringles, saddle chips flavored with chicken bone soy sauce or torigara shoyu, and Acecook ika yakisoba aji, a squid and fried noodle flavour said to have a sweet, tart, and umami taste.

The new noodles are priced at ¥200 or P130, while the potato chips are ¥122 or P60. If you wanna have a go with these products, you’ll have to contact your friends and family from Japan ‘cause they’re only be available there.

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