Thin, crunchy, golden, and tasty: the crisp personifies everything that is right in the world. They are a symbol of undeniable happiness. Yes- they’re fattening, but no, they’re not bad for your teeth. Available across the continent and enjoyed by all, crisps are a universal language.
(Except of course when anyone outside of Britain insists on calling them chips.)
However, beyond their potato base, the similarities end. All corners of the world bring their own pallets to the table when it comes to flavouring crisps. From ‘Mint Mischief’ in India to Sunday Roast in New Zealand, from ‘Prosecco and Elderberry’ in the UK to ‘Chicken and Waffles’ in the US, there are some bizarre choices on offer.
Express Vending have decided to celebrate the most curious flavourings in this graphic.
Infographic by: www.expressvending.co.uk