No, not just the fact that we have them but, for one, the fact that we have this one more snack---among a long, long list of snacks--that we also happen to eat between our too-large, fat-laden meals.
Here's what I found last evening on these things.
Pringles at Wal-Mart--the regular ones--are $1.50 per can.
No big deal, right?
Far less expensive than regular potato chip bags, I have to point out.
But the low-fat Pringles?
They're a whopping $2.58 per can.
And get this.
The can is smaller, to boot.
I ask you, who's going to buy those?
Who's going to purchase the low-fat can of Pringles, in an effort to either lose weight or keep it off?
It just doesn't make sense.