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Pepsi releases cola flavored chips

By Mason White 2:05 PM August 18, 2013
Pepsi flavored chips 

By: Eva Fett
If you love the taste of Pepsi cola you can now enjoy the taste by eating their newly released cola flavored chips, according to a statement released by the company.

The Pepsi flavored chips have so far been released in Japan.

The new Cheetos flavor is the product of a collaboration between Frito-Lay and Pepsi. It has hit stores recently, and has been receiving mixed reviews from the public.

However, the chances of the product being sold in the United States seem to be null, according to a source familiar with the situation.

When asked if the Cheetos flavor will be released in the U.S., a Frito-Lay spokesperson said: “The answer is no.”
Previously, Frito-Lay released chicken flavored waffle fries along with garlic bread with cheese and sriracha flavors.

This is not the only weird snack that was recently released. As we reported earlier, those who love Oreo cookies have just received another awesome treat just in time for the summer, according to a statement released by Nabisco.

The Oreo watermelon flavor cookies are available only at Target for just $3 per package. The cream has a bright pink and green color between two vanilla flavored cookies. The cream has a strong resemblance to children’s clay. Two cookies contain 150 calories, 7 grams of fat and 21 grams of carbohydrates.

Most people, who have tasted the limited edition cookies so far, are pretty impressed by its taste.
“As soon as I bit into one of these limited edition watermelon Oreos, I liked it. A lot,” one consumer said.

“We believe that watermelon is a fun summer cream flavor that goes very well with our Golden Oreos,” a spokesperson for Mondelez Global, said in a statement. Mondelez owns Nabisco, which makes Oreos, and other snacks including Triscuit, Wheat Thins, Chips Ahoy and Ritz. The company used to be called Kraft Foods Inc. and is a spin-off of Kraft Food Groups, Inc.