For over 40 years, Pringles has delighted consumers with its one-of-a kind fun shape, flavor, crunch and texture.
The love of Pringles has spread around the world with sales in over 140 countries and packaging produced in 37 languages. Pringles has a broad choice of tantalizing flavors that work across the globe as well as unique flavors developed to please regional tastes.
As the original stacked potato crisp in its unique canister packaging, Pringles has always been about fun, great taste, and bringing new ideas to the snack category. Now with snacks in many shapes, sizes, and flavors, there’s a choice for everyone.
In the U.S., Pringles offers classic favorites like Original, Sour Cream & Onion, Pizza, and Barbecue. Also available are exciting new flavor sub-lines such as Pringles Extreme (with bold, extreme flavors not for “the faint of heart”) and Restaurant Cravers (with hearty flavors inspired by favorite restaurant appetizers).
“Out of the can” varieties have also been launched, such as Pringles Stix (baked wheat crispy cracker sticks with one-of-a kind great taste). Smart snacking choices are available with single-serve portion control products, 100 calorie packs, Reduced Fat varieties, and Pringles Light Fat Free.
- The famous double-saddle shaped Pringle crisp is actually a hyperbolic paraboloid.
- Pringles are known around the world as crisps.
- The U.S. Pringles Plant in Tennessee won the 2009 Tennessee Governor’s Award for Excellence for its outstanding achievements in reducing the environmental footprint of the plant through major recycling efforts and significant reductions in energy consumption, water usage, and solid waste. This plant produces Pringles for North America and 75 other countries.