When Pringles first came to my attention as a youth, I loved them. My dad did not share in this enthusiasm. Which is fine - to each his own - but he also claimed with some authority that “Pringles are </>not*potato chips.”
According to him, the fact that it is not made from actual chips from a potato (don’t have a can in front of me as to what they are made of, but I believe it’s potatoes all mulched up) seemed to be his evidence.
Well, I see frozen fried shrip made from “minced shrimp,” and we still call it Shrimp!
So, the question, it there an industry standard for the potato chip, and if so, does Pringles meet this standard?