It advertises, “A healthy food on the alkaline side”. Well, not any more. Not tuned in to huge amounts of pop culture, I am not sure if alkaline diets are of interest now or not. There are web sites, of course. And lists of alkaline vegetables and such. Potatoes currently do not make the list, and potato chips??
This post is not about health; I know nothing about health. This can was purchased (without the lid) for one dollar, there is my interest, along with the graphics of healthy people, the deco font used, and the simple idea that potato chips could be healthy. This can makes me think of Biltmore, or Zelda Fitzgerald.
On my rusty can, the words “hydrogenated vegetable shortening” is barely readable. Trans fats be damned! This is healthy eating!
Above is a can worth much more money than mine because of its good condition. Looking at the design, the silhouettes around the top and side bother me. Their size is not common. There is no universal perspective. The spacing is not consistent. The proportions on other parts of the can seem better. The silhouette of the major figure on the can looks like my grandmother when young.
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