Classic Foods has created one of the most exotic flavors customers will ever taste on a potato chip. The company this month has introduced African Red Devil Pepper chips in an attempt to create a spicy-yet-citrusy, one-of-a-kind potato chip snack. While searching for a new flavor, Classic Foods’ chefs discovered Piri Piri, sometimes known as the African Red Devil Pepper, and the results were more than satisfying. This red hot chili pepper can be found in Mozambique, a country located on Africa’s southern East Coast. African Red Devil Pepper chips are all natural with no preservatives, no trans fats and no cholesterol. It is everything good customers have been searching for in a hot chip.
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