Sriracha-Flavored Lay's Loses To Cheesy-Garlic Bread Flavor in Potato Chip Contest

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 8, 2013
In an upset victory, Cheesy Garlic Bread has triumphed over Sriracha in Lay's Potato Chips “Do Us A Flavor” contest. Short of saying that this might indicate that the Sriracha craze has finally ebbed, we actually never got to taste any of the...
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