Canada is a quiet tastemaker in America. They've sent the US everyone from Jim Carrey and Pamela Anderson to Celine Dion and two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash -- not to mention Leonard Cohen and about half the NHL. Of more recent Canadian vintage are Justin Bieber and the trailblazing entertainer Drake. And now, Ruffles All Dressed potato chips.
Sure, Frito-Lay -- the Ruffles maker -- is an American company. But it's Canada where unique Ruffles All Dressed flavor originates. Sweet and savory -- the same combo Drake uses, BTW -- the Ruffles All Dressed will now be available in America permanently after a successful tour last fall. Look for the familiar maple leaf on the bag. Ruffles is really doing the only reasonable thing, responding to requests like this on Facebook: "Please don't stop selling them in the States! I love them. I need to be able to get them all the time." Wish granted.
The Beavoosear is Bringing All Dressed Back to America!Your favorite sweet, salty, and savory Canadian chips are coming back to America! And with them comes another unforgettable Canadian combination: The Beavoosear!
Posted by Ruffles on Thursday, February 18, 2016