It's natural you won't be able to control yourselves!
You know that moment when someone opens a bag of Tapuchips next to you? That pleasant rustling sound, the tantalizing smell of thin, salted potato slices, the sound of teeth biting into that oh-so-crispy chip, and your saliva glands just can't help starting to work… of course you can't control yourselves!
When you have a yen for a snack, Tapuchips are perfect.
with no artificial coloring or preservatives… Just make sure you hurry, because the moment that bag is opened it won't take long before all you're left with are a few crumbs…
1. The weight of the chips in the bag is constant and noted on the pack. The number of units in the pack is determined by the concentration of solids in the potato: when the potato density is low there are more chips, and each chip weighs less. When the potato density is high, there are less chips and each one of them weighs more.
2. Because Tapuchips are a naturally grown product and agricultural crops vary from one season to the next, they are also influenced by the size of the potatoes. If the potatoes are relatively small, the slices will be smaller and will sink to the bottom of the bag, thus creating the impression that the bag is "empty". By contrast, if the potatoes are big, the slices will be bigger and give the feeling that the bag is full.
3. As you have probably noticed, Tapuchips are very thin and crispy. The air added to the bag is designed to protect the product from being damaged during transportation and handling (trucks, price stickers, arrangement on the shelf, etc.) so that you won't end up with a bag full of crumbs.