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From Pie-Flavored Potato Chips to Haggis-Flavored Junk Food

 - Nov 30, 2013
When you travel to another country, it's normal to see junk food flavors that would be outside the comfort zone of what people might try back home. Since the recipes of products are slightly tweaked to cater to tastes in different regions, it makes sense that Asia is host to more adventurous potato chip flavors that involve creatures from the sea and chocolate bars with green tea flavoring.

Recently, the North American market has been branching out, with brands like Lay's hosting 'Do Us a Flavour' contests, which introduced new Lay's flavors created from contest submissions like Creamy Garlic Ceasar, Maple Moose and Grilled Cheese & Ketchup. Other brands like Pringles have been doing the same lately, releasing seasonal flavors like Pecan Pie, alongside other favorite holiday flavors like Cinnamon & Sugar, Pumpkin Spice and White Chocolate Peppermint.