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Trader Joe's brings 'Fries' to the Snack Aisle with Spud Crunchies Potato Snacks

Trader Joe's brings 'Fries' to the Snack Aisle with Spud Crunchies Potato Snacks

The new Trader Joe’s Spud Crunchies Potato Snacks deliver the joy of flat crispy, crunchy potato pieces in a spear-shaped, fry-like form

January 4, 2018
There was a time when people thought the Earth had to be flat. There was also a time when people thought potato snacks had to be flat. Back then, snackers supposed that they must eat flat chips to enjoy crispy, crunchy potato pieces.

But snacks evolve, and new Trader Joe’s Spud Crunchies Potato Snacks deliver that same crunch in a spear-shaped, fry-like form.

Spud Crunchies are the potatoes you love and the crunch that you crave in a shape that will change your understanding of the world—or at least your understanding of potato snacks.

Trader Joe’s Spud Crunchies are essentially salty, crunchy, shelf-stable French fries made from just three ingredients: U.S.-grown Russet potatoes, expeller pressed canola oil, and salt.

Trader Joe's reports that their vendor uses a unique, lower-temperature cooking method to create a crisp outside, an airy inside, and a burst of all-natural potato flavor.

If you’re a fast-food French fry enthusiast, these Potato Snacks will remind you of a fresher, lighter, airier take on those coveted, extra-crunchy fries that you’d find at the bottom of your fry carton… little bits of fried gold, if you will.

Trader Joe’s Spud Crunchies Potato Snacks (Courtesy: Instagram / iheartbaking)

Spud Crunchies are perfect for a tailgate party, an office snack, a recess treat, or as something to reach for anytime you’re craving some crunch.

At $1.99 for a 4-ounce pouch, the price is perfect for anyone minding a budget—so stock up and stay ready to battle your munchies with Crunchies!

You’ll find them in the snack aisle.
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Trader Joe's is an American chain of grocery stores focused on offering a limited number of products - mostly private label products - at low prices