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Chio Chips— YUM!!!


I always love it when I am shopping in my local grocery store and I run across an item that reminds me of my travels abroad.

A few days ago, I was perusing the my favorite aisle of chips and dip, when I came across the paprika flavored chips that I would eat as a kid in Germany called Chio Chips

They taste sort of like barbecue chips but without the kick of the added spice. Needless to say, I scooped them up right away…only $1.79 for a fantastic voyage down memory lane and an oh-so-yummy taste adventure!!! I actually bought a bunch of them and ate them so quickly that I almost forgot to blog about it.

I thought about taking a picture of the empty bag, but I think that my gluttony is fairly evident and we shan’t bother with documenting it.


I got these at my local Dominick’s Grocery Store which is rolling out a commitment to carry a diverse collection of International Brands… Yay! Dominick’s is part of the Safeway franchise, so if you don’t have a Dominick’s, you may have sucesss finding Chio Chips in one of the sister stores.

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