Pringles started its run of especially wacky flavors a few years ago under new owners Kellogg. They bought the brand from the apparently less creative Procter & Gamble in 2012, and that’s when the flavor abominations started. Like dessert Pringles.
When we polled readers on the subject last fall, you were almost evenly divided on the question of whether dessert Pringles should even be a thing.
It doesn’t matter all that much what we think, though. Pringles is still the winner in all this: we’re talking about the brand, aren’t we?
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