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my bags to loud

 
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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703843804575534182403878708.html

lol read this article it makes me shake my head . I wonder did people really complain or is this just a way to stop selling something that cuts profits ?
 
                    
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I/we had some in that new bag a while back. Those bags would definitely keep one from being able to sneak a treat. Noisier getting into the bag than eating the chips.   I'm pretty sure people complained; it must have cost them money to develop and change to the new bags and they likely thought they were onto a good "green" thing and that people would respond favorably. People are very finicky.
 
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well  my thought is get a bowl dump the chips in it and enjoy )
 
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