Experience the Virtual World of Minecraft in Real Life, with New Pringles Suspicious Stew

Kellogg’s and Microsoft have teamed up to create a new flavor of Pringles inspired by Minecraft’s ‘Suspicious Stew.’ In a press release, the snack brand said the new product would “bring the iconic stew to life.”

The other day, these two iconic brands announced their new venture. They have joined forces to create Pringles® Minecraft Suspicious Stew, a suspicious-looking mashup. Pringles’ flavor experts added the delectable Suspicious Stew taste to the well-known snack for a new experience. While it should be a refreshing change for regular Pringles lovers, we think it’ll make an excellent gift for Minecraft fans.

Take a Bite Out of the Pringles Suspicious Stew

By the way, this is the first-ever time that Pringles and Minecraft flavor have joined hands. What we see in the video game has turned into crisps. As for the Minecraft fans, this is a great way to experience a new taste and know what Suspicious Stew tastes like.

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Pringles Suspicious Stew

“Minecraft is loved by a community of millions, many of whom are Pringles fans, so we delivered a tasting experience that fans could only imagine before – the famous suspicious stew,” said Mauricio Jenkins, US marketing lead for Pringles. “We challenged ourselves to bring the flavor of the suspicious stew and its ingredients to crisp form, creating a taste experience so delicious that Minecraft players and non-players alike will want more.”

Suspicious Stew should mean nothing to you if you’re not a Minecraft player. It is a fictional food that gives players a status effect (think jump boost, night vision, and more!). It depends on the flower used to make it. But eating Pringles Minecraft Suspicious Stew in real life won’t give you any superhero abilities.

Pringles Minecraft Suspicious Stew will go on sale in US stores in the coming days. You can also follow @Pringles and @Minecraft on social media to learn more about the various promotions and the like.

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