POPCHIPS have fast become a staple in many people's cupboards, perfect for lunches or a quick snack.
With fewer calories than crisps, they can be a great alternative for adults and kids.
Classic crisps are fried, where these new style potato snacks are "popped" instead.
This essentially is done using high temperature and pressure to pop the potato into chips rather than frying them up.
A sharing bag of BBQ Popchips sets you back £2.25 at most supermarkets, with some occasionally offering deals for £1.50.
Luckily for those of us with a crisp craving, several supermarkets do their own bargain version of the popular treat, with some less than half the price.
A few of the supermarkets actually sell even bigger bags than the original 85g, so you're getting more for your money too.
But do they taste as good?
I gave them a go to find out, awarding each a score out of 10 for taste and price – here are there results.
- £2.25, 85g
- £2.65 per 100g
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