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Japanese convenience store offers Hokkaido Blue Cheese flavored potato chips

Japanese convenience store offers Hokkaido Blue Cheese flavored potato chips

For a limited time, the Lawson convenience-store chain in Japan is stocking potato chips flavored with blue cheese from Hanabatake Bokujo, a well-known dairy producer from the far north of Japan.

December 6, 2016
The Lawson convenience-store chain in Japan is celebrating Hokkaido this winter by focusing on one of the highlights of the northern island’s cheese industry.

For a limited time, the chain is stocking potato chips flavored with blue cheese from Hanabatake Bokujo, a well-known dairy producer from the far north of Japan.

This snack (¥204) doesn’t mess around: the chips are loaded with flavor.

Head for your nearest Lawson (OK, that may not be THAT near for the average PotatoPro Reader) if you are a fan of blue cheese — these chips capture the rich, slightly sweet taste rather well and make a good between-meals treat.
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