Posted February 04, 2020 12:24:16 Pebble chips are back in stores across the world, after being banished from stores last year due to the global warming crisis.
The new varieties, called ‘Pebras’, will be available in Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and South Africa.
“There is a new wave of demand from young people looking for something fun to do with friends,” a spokesman for Pebbles said.
“The chips are great for sharing with family and friends and for sharing between family members and friends.”
The chips will be offered in 10 flavours, ranging from fruity and citrusy to chocolatey and crispy.
The Pebbled flavours include: Pebras (fresh), Pebrabones (fresh fruit), Pebblestone (fresh pebbles), Pebas (fresh and baked), Pebitos (fresh baked), Pearls (fresh pearls), Pecans (fresh grapes), Pecorros (fresh tomatoes), and Peccos (peanut butter).
“This is a fun snack to have with a glass of milk or a bowl of soup, or a quick snack in the car or a walk on the beach,” the spokesman said.
The flavours are sold as part of the Pebbling range, and are also available as a standalone product in Australia and Brazil.
“Pebrabines and Pebas are both made from pebbled pebblestones, which are the original pebbling stones from pebas and pebbits,” the spokesperson said.
While some of the flavours are made from a mixture of pebblers and pecans, others are made of a mix of nuts, pecidos and seeds.
There is also a ‘pebblesia’ variety that has been created for the market by a group of Pebblers, who are also responsible for the Pebrada brand, and will be coming to stores across Australia this month.
“In the near future, Pebbelia and Pebbonas will also be available on the market,” the Pebles spokesperson said, adding there was a “very limited number” of the brand available in supermarkets.
“If you have a craving for something a little different this year, check out Pebbly crisps,” the representative said.
Pebbles are being introduced into the US market at a special time in January, and the chips are expected to hit stores in the coming months.