I wish to have been within the room when a advertising and marketing guru pitched the concept of digging up dust from NFL stadiums, mixing it into fields in Texas, and rising potatoes to make limited-edition baggage of team-specific Lay’s potato chips. As a result of it is kinda good.
Lay’s Golden Grounds chips undergo a standard farming and chip-making course of, with the added gimmick of understanding the potatoes within the bag touched soil that your favourite gamers most likely ran throughout. Are you able to style the cleats and sweat? Unlikely. These chips are extra about mystique than the terroir of NFL stadiums.
Lay’s introduced the chips earlier this week, saying limited-edition baggage representing 29 groups might be obtainable for followers by a Twitter sweepstakes. It requires followers to create tweets utilizing a collection of hashtags. Full guidelines can be found on the Lay’s Golden Grounds net web page.
However wait, you say, there are 32 groups within the NFL, so why solely 29 totally different chips? Sorry, Browns, Bengals and Broncos followers: no dirt-chips for you. I do not know why, however I’ve reached out to Frito-Lay to ask.
A making-of video goes into some particulars of the creation course of. You will be glad to know that dust from rival groups was saved separated within the potato subject. Which means Chicago Bears Soldier Subject chips will not be besmirched by Inexperienced Bay Packers Lambeau Subject soil.
Frito-Lay introduced on soccer legend Jerry Rice because the spokesperson for the chips. He described the San Francisco 49ers snacks as tasting like “three Tremendous Bowl wins, 22,895 yards, 1,549 receptions, 208 touchdowns and 13 Professional Bowls.”