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Pringles Has Already Announced This Year’s Holiday Flavors

Oct 20, 2016

Pringles is ditching the savory for sweet this Holiday season with its all-new sugar cookie-flavored potato crisps.

Along with its new sugar cookie flavor, Pringles will also bring back two of its "classic" dessert flavors: Pecan Pie and Salted Caramel. You can find all three flavors starting early next month, Consumerist reports, with each can going for $1.69 a piece.

One caveat: Sugar cookie Pringles will only be available at Walmart (wmt), according to Consumerist. And the other two flavors will only be available at Dollar General (dg) stores.

Pringles may have wanted to skip right to Christmas, squashing any chances of pumpkin spice-flavored crisps, but that doesn't mean other food companies are ready to deck the halls just yet: Yum's (yum) KFC released a "Pumpkin & Feta Twister" wrap in Australia earlier this week. And General Mills debuted pumpkin-spice flavored Cheerios in April, months ahead of pumpkin-spice season.

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