Chip Away

Americans aren't the only ones obsessed with potato chips. Here are the flavors our friends abroad are eating.

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South Africa: Fruit Chutney

Chutney has been a pantry staple in South Africa for more than a century, and fruit chutney-flavored chips are a common snack there.

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Mexico: Adobadas

In Mexico, adobada usually refers to meat simmered in a spicy red chile sauce. Translation: These chips have a kick.

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Canada: Ketchup

Ketchup chips, like these from Old Dutch, are a classic snack in Canada. You can find ketchup-flavored seasoning on grocery shelves, too.

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Ireland: Guinness

Burts Chips partnered with Ireland's iconic brewery to create these chips flavored with the same type of barley and hops used in Guinness stout.

Available at World Market stores

Turkey: Yogurt and Herbs

You'll find yogurt sauce drizzeled over meat, grains and veggies throughout the Mediterranean, so it's a logical flavor choice for this snack, sold in Turkey.

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Thailand: Nori

Seaweed snack are a multimillion-dollar business in Thailand, and these Lay's chips are a best seller.

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England: Pork Sausage and English Mustard

These chips are inspired by barbecues in England, where sausages and mustard are as classic as burgers and ketchup in the US.

Available at HomeGoods stores

Scotland: Haggis and Cracked Black Pepper

These Mackie's chips taste like Scotland's national dish, haggis, a savory pudding made from sheep organs. Bonus for vegetarians: They're meat-free!

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Spain: Fried Egg

Fried egg-flavored chips are popular in Spain, where eggs pan-fried in olive oil are commonly eaten for lunch and dinner.

Available at T.J.Maxx stores

France: Truffle

France is home to some of the world's priciest truffles, and it's also the land of truffle oils and condiments. These chips are made with truffle-flavored seasoning.

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