Japan Now Sells Limited-Edition RAMEN Pringles in Vending Machines

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Find these limited-edition ramen-flavored Pringles for your next snack, only at special vending machines placed in several locations across Japan.

The ramen-flavored snack, called Kanto Dashi Shoyu Ramen Pringles, will be available starting July 27 in Japan, according to PR Times via SoraNews24.

It will feature the seafood soup mix, soy sauce and green onion scent of the noodles, but in a delicious, crunchy Pringles form.

The only way to get this limited-edition Pringles flavor is to stumble upon one of the 1,000 special vending machines located in several locations across the country, including shopping malls, movie theaters, theme parks, department stores and others.

Although the ramen-flavored Pringles are only available for a limited time, the vending machines will reportedly stick around indefinitely. They might also carry other limited editions inside them.

Food and snack companies are making custom ramen fusion dishes. Pizza Hut Taiwan recently released a limited-edition tonkotsu-based “ramen pizza.”

Japan has previously released Pringles flavors not found in other parts of the world, including Egg’s Benedict and Smokey Potato Salad, according to BuzzFeed.

Images via PR Times

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