You’re the one for me, fatty

I don’t know what genius came up with the name Nibble with Gibble’s Gibble’s, but I can say with certainty that the best way from which to enjoy the redundantly named chips is in the “Regular Pak,” apparently their most readily available. The back of this chip bag contains a five paragraph dictum – more like a manifesto – rationalizing, quite effectively, their choice of lard in the cooking procedure over heavily-processed oils, painting it as a simple, old, and natural product. It’s hard to argue with this:

“Do you realize that, commonly, to produce vegetable oil, seeds must be roasted, steel rolled, and flowed with hexane solvent to extract the oil, which is then treated with lye, neutralized with hydrochloric acid, filtered through diatomaceous earth, and deodorized under high temperature?”

While that might be a lot of technical jargon, the fact that they have chosen to even describe such a dreary series of events earns my respect.

Their pak is from another time. Its mid century design makes the whole snacking experience anachronistic, historic, and certainly special. The chips themselves are the finest lard chips I’ve ever had – not too greasy or overwhelmingly fatty and perfectly salted; this pak is the perfect snack!!!

Somehow Nibble with Gibble’s Gibble’s procured the phone number 1 (800) THE CHIP
And the back contains both ths slogans “From our home to yours” and contains the old string around the finger “Fight litter, recycle” clipart.


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