Pringles Instant Noodles now available at FairPrice supermarkets at $4.50 each

Pringles
Pringles Instant Noodles now available at FairPrice supermarkets at $4.50 each

Step aside Korean spicy instant noodles, there’s a new buzz in town.

Say hi to Pringles Instant Noodles.That’s right, the potato chips-flavoured ramen that has taken Japan and

the Internet by storm has just touched down in Singapore.

You can even find them in NTUC FairPrice supermarkets now.

The dry noodles (tah mee) variation and comes with the familiar Pringles sour cream and onion

seasoning. There is the Jalapeño and Onion flavoured cup noodles for fans who prefer their

noodles with soup.

Think it looks bigger than your usual cup noodles? That’s because it actually is, around 1.5x larger than the

regular cup ramen.

Besides Pringles-flavoured ramen, there are also ramen-flavour Pringles. There’s the Squid Fried

Noodles flavour and theTorigara Shoyu flavour, which should taste like your favourite shoyu ramen.

Both limited edition ramen-flavoured Pringles potato chips are priced at $2.30 per can (53g).

All the above-mentioned new Pringles food products can be found at NTUC FairPrice supermarkets and from

the online store.

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Pringles Instant Noodles now available at FairPrice supermarkets at $4.50 each

Pringles Instant Noodles now available at FairPrice supermarkets at $4.50 each

2018-12-22 Pringles

Step aside Korean spicy instant noodles, there’s a new buzz in town.

Say hi to Pringles Instant Noodles.That’s right, the potato chips-flavoured ramen that has taken Japan and

the Internet by storm has just touched down in Singapore.

You can even find them in NTUC FairPrice supermarkets now.

The dry noodles (tah mee) variation and comes with the familiar Pringles sour cream and onion

seasoning. There is the Jalapeño and Onion flavoured cup noodles for fans who prefer their

noodles with soup.

Think it looks bigger than your usual cup noodles? That’s because it actually is, around 1.5x larger than the

regular cup ramen.

Besides Pringles-flavoured ramen, there are also ramen-flavour Pringles. There’s the Squid Fried

Noodles flavour and theTorigara Shoyu flavour, which should taste like your favourite shoyu ramen.

Both limited edition ramen-flavoured Pringles potato chips are priced at $2.30 per can (53g).

All the above-mentioned new Pringles food products can be found at NTUC FairPrice supermarkets and from

the online store.