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This New Potato Chip Flavor is Influenced by a Popular East Coast Dish

Covered Bridge recently teamed up with Greco Pizza to produce a limited-edition line of donair-flavored chips. Donair is a type of Turkish kebab made from meat cooked on a rotating spit. While the dish has origins in the Middle East, it has quickly become a regional favorite among residents on Canada's east coast.

The new donair-flavored chips produced by Covered Bridge are old-fashioned kettle-cooked chips made to resemble the taste of the beloved Maritime treat. The chips were co-created by Greco Pizza, which has been serving donairs in New Brunswick since it opened in 1977. Using russet potatoes and seasonings such as garlic powder, onion powder and sea salt, the chips gives consumers a whole new way to enjoy the delicious taste of donair.

While only available for a limited time, the donair-flavored chips are sure to be a hit among Maritimers.