Monday, March 22, 2010

What's Up With Sun Chips?

What are they thinking over at the Sun Chips plant? I will tell you what, they have a vendetta against people like me that likes to sneak....ummm....that is SNACK on Sun Chips. The packaging makes so much noise now that your neighbors can tell when you are snacking on them. This must be the food Nazi's idea in Washington to fight obesity in the United States. What's next, M&M's with whistles that blow when you reach in for a handful? Meters on cookie packages?

I say that us Junk Food Junkies should unite and write our Senators and Representatives immediately, this is discrimination plain and simple!!!!

WHAT IS THIS WORLD COMING TO?

7 comments:

The Smith Family said...

LOL LOL LOL
Okay, it's SO funny that you posted this, because my husband and I had the SAME convo the other night!
The new "bio" packaging is SO noisy!
What is UP with that!?
Shelley
houseofsmiths.blogspot.com

Amy said...

CONNIE! This post is so timely. Hub's picked up a bag at the grocery and noticed how LOUD the packaging was. We were cracking up laughing about how we will know when our daughter is in the Sun Chips (her favorite) Too funny... I'm gonna have to tell him about this one.

Beautifully Inspired said...

This is so funny that you have a post about this.. my husband was complaining about how loud the bag is the other day!

Nicole

Beverly @ The Buzz said...

I hadn't noticed, but a whistle in the bag of M&Ms would certainly make me stop and think before cramming a handful into my mouth! Maybe that one's not such a bad idea.

Janiece said...

I don't think THEY will listen...so we are going to have to come up with our own spectacular way!

Jane (Frugal Fine Living) said...

Hahaha...too funny! Sun chips are sure yummy, aren't they?

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your sweet comments.

Jane

SunChips said...

Connie, thanks for letting us know your thoughts on the new SunChips compostable bag. Our new 100% compostable bags are made from PLA, which is a plant-based material that allows it to compost. The change in material is what has created the change in noise you have noticed. It's important to keep in mind that this is a first-generation bag and the SunChips R&D team will be evaluating the feedback we get from consumers to improve and refine the packaging further. If you’d like to learn more about the bag and how to compost it, please visit www.sunchips.com.