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Old Dutch Rip-L Potato Chips (10 oz. ea., 3 pk.) (Pack of 2)

Old Dutch Rip-L Potato Chips (10 oz. ea., 3 pk.) (Pack of 2)

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  • Three simple ingredients
  • Three 10 oz. bags of potato chips
  • Kosher product
  • Gluten-free
  • No preservatives


Old Dutch® Rip-L Potato Chips (10 oz. ea., 3 pk.) come in a handy value-pack containing three individual fresh packs to give you that perfect, just-opened snacking experience. The easy carrying handle makes it easy to take this big value pack wherever your snacking needs take you. Old Dutch potato chips have the consistent taste you've always loved and deliver the perfect flavor with every ridge, every time. They're crispy, satisfying and positively delicious. Whether it's for your school or office lunch, a quick snack or for a party with friends and family, the classic taste of Old Dutch Rip-L Potato Chips is there for you.

What Goes Into Old Dutch Potato Chips?

The real beauty of Old Dutch potato chips is the extremely short list of ingredients, with no scary words and no chemicals. These chips are made the way real potato chips were made, long ago. Made with only potatoes, canola or sunflower oils, and salt, these are perfect for anyone and everyone keeping an eye on what's going into their (or their kids') bellies.

What Does Gluten-Free Really Mean?

For foods like Old Dutch Rip-L Potato Chips to be labeled as gluten-free, the FDA states that the food product must contain 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten or less. The reason for the designation of 20 ppm rather than zero is simply because of the fact that current technology can't reliably measure gluten presence below 20 ppm and also because evidence suggests that trace amounts of gluten, up to 20 ppm, do not have adverse effects on people with celiac disease and gluten intolerance.

What Do They Mean by Kosher?

When a product or establishment is certified Kosher, it informs customers that the maker complies with a strict policy of kosher food laws about cleanliness, quality and purity. To be certified Kosher, all ingredients in every product, as well as the processes used in preparing the product, must be certified for orthodox kosher-compliance.




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