Lay's Stax

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Lay's Stax is a potato chip snack food produced by Frito-Lay and manufactured in Mexico.[1] It was introduced in 2003 as direct competition for Procter & Gamble's Pringles (currently owned by the Kellogg Company).

Stax chips compared to Pringles[edit]

Stax chips are heavier and thicker than Pringles. The shape of Stax is a simple curve, while Pringles are formed into a double-curve known as a hyperbolic paraboloid. Stax chips have the flavoring spread across the inside curve of the crisp whilst Pringles have them across the outside curve. Stax chips are packaged in plastic packages,[2] (that can carry a sharp edge around the lip, sometimes cutting hands)[3] while Pringles are packaged in cans consisting of cardboard and metal.[4]


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  • All-American Cheeseburger
  • Bacon Cheddar Potato Skins
  • Buffalo Ranch
  • Cheddar
  • Chile Limon
  • Dill Pickle
  • Hot'n Spicy Barbecue
  • Jalapeno Pepper Jack
  • Limon
  • Mesquite Barbecue
  • Original Salted
  • Paprika
  • Pizza
  • Ranch
  • Salt and Vinegar
  • Sour Cream and Onion
  • Sweet Thai Chili
  • Korean BBQ


In Brazil, they have been on the market under the brand name "Elma Chips Stax" since late 2006 in the flavors "Cheddar", "Sour Cream & Onion", and "Original". Elma Chips is a Brazilian brand of PepsiCo Inc., also known for "Stiksy", among other brands. The yellow lid is marked with "Lay's Stax".[2] In Venezuela, Lay's Stax were introduced in early 2007 with the flavors "Cheddar", "Sour Cream & Onion", and "Natural Flavour".

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