What is one of the most annoying things when buying a product? It has to be the fact that the quantity is way less than the advertised amount. Like with chips. When the packing says ”50% product” or ”party size” it is highly possible that the quantity is the same as the usual packing, but they have just used a bigger bag and inserted more air so that the pack looks bigger. But, besides these packings, how much air do the usual sizes of bag of chips have? What do you actually buy when purchasing a bag of chips? It is the chips you pay for or the air? For these revelations, we have to thank Ross Hudgens, who used a water displacement method to ensure accurate results, and presented his findings for Kitchen Cabinet Kings.
Or as they should be called: Cheat-os.
Because they roughly are 50% product.
52% product? Nah…
And they’re so damn good.
Getting better as we move on.
Nobody ever complained about Pringles.
Dear Fritos, I bow to you.
Not so bad.
As we can see, the most famous and popular brands, like Cheetos and Ruffles, are the ones that deceive us the most. Maybe we should stop buying them and send our message about the inexcusable air percentage.