Lidl, a German global discount supermarket chain, has banned all types of candy and potato chips from checkouts in its UK stores.
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Typically they would be deep fried, but it’s not the healthiest way and not all of us have any easy way to deep fry things. Here is a suggestion for baking some. Use them to spice up your next soup or dish, or as a snack. You can also try it with other root vegetables like parsnips or sweet potatoes.
Potato chips have a junk food reputation, but there are a couple of companies putting a healthy spin on the deep fried classic. You can even whip up a batch of your own popped potato chips at home!
PepsiCo is experimenting with a ‘designer salt’. It’s shape is tailored to maximize the amount of salt perceived by the tongue while reducing the actual amount of sodium ingested.
Frito-Lay is going natural. They’re changing the formulations of many of their snack foods to do away with artificial flavors and artificial colorings and to reduce sodium by 25%.