11 Packs Of Lay’s Stax Potato Crisps For $9.26-$10.35 Shipped From Amazon

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11 Packs Of Lay’s Stax Potato Crisps For $9.26-$10.35 Shipped From Amazon

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  • 5.75 ounce, pack of 11
  • Convenient snack while on the go or relaxing at home
  • Plastic canister designed for convenience and ultimate chip protection
  • Great lay’s flavor you know and love
  • Gluten free

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is it ou-d or parve?


The original flavor is parve, the Amazon description is incorrect (though the picture with OU-parve is correct).


I’ve always felt an allegiance to Pringles because I’ve suspected Jewish roots at the manufacturer because of all the Hebrew hechsherim on the cans. Does anyone know why they’re not just satisfied with an OU? Is/was there a Jewish ownership at some point? I think they’re owned by Kelloggs now.