‘Omg I need’ scream shoppers racing to get their hands on new KETCHUP Pringles

SUPERMARKET shoppers are racing to get their hands on new Ketchup flavoured Pringles – and they can’t wait to try them.
Excited foodies have dubbed the new flavour their “favourite” as they dashed to nab the crisps before they’re gone.


Farmfoods shoppers have spotted Ketchup Pringles on shelves

The snack has been found by an observant shopper on the shelves at Farmfoods and posted on social media.
Facebook users were quick to comment, with one writing: “These could be really nice.”
Another added: “My son would love these.”
A third screamed: “OMG I need.”


While a fourth tagged their friend and said: “Your name all over it.”
The 65g tubes cost £1.95 and are available across Farmfoods 300 stores.
You can find your nearest one by using the locator tool on the retailer’s website.

We couldn’t find any other retailers selling the crisps when we checked online.

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In the product description for the crisps, Pringles say they are for only the most dedicated Ketchup fans.
It reads: “You can indulge your love for the most amazing tomato product under the sun with our Pringles Ketchup Flavour Potato Chips”

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They are available at retailers across Canada but this is the first time they have been spotted on UK shelves.

If you don’t manage to get your hands on some, Ocado sells multipacks of Walkers tomato ketchup crisps for £2.25.
It comes after shoppers spotted two new Pringles flavours on shelves in Morrisons.
They include smoking BBQ ribs flavour, as well as kickin sour cream and Mexican chilli and lime.
The unique flavour combinations are part of the snack company’s hot edition.

At the start of the year, Pringles mad a big change to its iconic tubes at 3,800 stores across the country.
The crisps now come in 90% paper packaging, and the new tubes are only available at Tesco and One Stop shops.
The paper tubes will eventually fully replace the iconic Pringles can originally launched in the 1960s, which have a steel base.
It means snackers can now pop the empty cans in their household recycling for the first time.


Meanwhile, shoppers are rushing to buy new limited edition flavour Walkers crisps spotted in supermarkets.
Plus, a brand has discontinued “to die for” crisp flavour as shoppers plead “but they’re unreal”.
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