Chips are an inevitable part of our life and does not matter how much we complain about companies filling the chips packets with more air and fewer chips, we aren’t giving upon them. Nevertheless, while most of us have those fixed flavors we like to munch, some, on the other hand, prefer quantity over quality.
So this user really took into his hand to analyse different types of chips and the quantity they sell for the same amount of money so you make an informed choice the next time.
The user placed all the chips from the three packets onto three different plates and compared them. “An empirical analysis of 10 rs chips packets ft. Lays, Bingo and Haldiram,” the caption read.
The post doesn’t only offers some wisdom but funny replies from users.
Bhat about Balaji?— Rohitashwa Bhotica (@rbhotica) July 27, 2020
My favorite is the green lays as most people call it – sour cream and onion— Nidhi Gupta (@means2madness) July 28, 2020
It does not work that way for discretionary spend! If u are buying plain potatoes yes you are right ?— Ajjuteja (@ajjuteja) July 27, 2020
Balaji, Diamond, Haldiram…kabhi nhi khaya…kyunki kahin milta hi nhi ?— Eshan (@_eshan) July 27, 2020
An Eye Opener Never Thought Before ……July 30, 2020
Steel plates are the interesting part of the picture. ??— Sadanand (@sadanandpms) July 27, 2020
Haldirams one are not that good though. I'll go taste > quantity.— | Alekhya Das | (@iAlekhyaDas) July 28, 2020
3 popular airbag brands!— Stockcentric (@Stockcentric1) July 28, 2020
Ruffled wavy chips are thicker and much larger in volume, surface area. If you could iron out the chips they would be much larger. More calories per bite make them way more tasty.— Nikanth K (@nikanth) July 27, 2020
Costing n quantity also depends on the oil used assuming constant price for potato. For the same cost, Palm oil will fetch u the largest number of chips as against peanut or sunflower oil!— Ajjuteja (@ajjuteja) July 27, 2020
For anyone who is wondering why there is air inside these chips packet than it is nitrogen, which helps in keeping the potato chips from going stale. The gas is less reactive as compared to oxygen, and prevents the growth of harmful bacteria and germs in the packets.