As if the world of tacos wasn’t already bewilderingly diverse, we now have ‘Street Taco Pringles’ hitting the snack shelves at select retail stores.
Kellogg’s has recently unveiled an exciting addition to their Pringles lineup, set to tantalize taste buds across the nation: the Everything Bagel flavor. No cream cheese schmear or deli trip is necessary.
For the second year in a row, Pringles is joining leading men’s health charity Movember to drive more open conversations around men’s mental health by expanding support in the U.S. According to a poll by researchers at the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), nearly one in 10 men reported experiencing some form of depression or anxiety, but fewer than half sought treatment.
Pringles ‘Sour Scream & Onion’ and ‘Oooriginal’ Glow-in-the-Dark cans offer snackers the perfect salty treat during a season of so much sweet while doubling as the ultimate spooky centerpiece for any Halloween festivity. Whether you’re looking for a seasonal after-school snack, prepping some fearsome party bites or lining your sidewalk for the ultimate trick-or-treating score, Pringles Glow-in-the-Dark cans shine a little light – and lightheartedness – on your family celebration all season long.
Bacon lovers rejoice! The masters of flavor at Pringles have done it again — this time in partnership with the queen of hamburgers, Wendy’s. The new limited-edition Pringles Baconator packs all the delicious layers of flavor found in the fan-favorite, Wendy’s Baconator, into one perfectly delicious bite.
Fredric J. Baur, the Pringles container creator was cremated after his death in 2008. He requested to have some of his ashes placed in a Pringles can.
Stuff yourself this Thanksgiving with Pringles’ Thanksgiving potato chips. Three flavors will be available this year: Turkey, Stuffing, and Pumpkin Pie.
First, there was instant ramen flavored Pringles, and now Japan has Pringles flavored instant ramen!
They are back! Pringles Top Ramen Chicken Flavor can be found exclusively at Dollar General. Just imagine the seasoning sachet found with ramen noodles drenched in regular Pringles. Not my cup of tea.