Snacks & Candy

7-Eleven Is Exclusive C-Store Retailer for 2 New Pringles Flavors

Mexican-inspired snacks available through early 2024
Pringles flavors
Photograph courtesy of Kellogg

The Kellogg Co. is rolling out two new Pringles flavors that will be exclusively available at 7-Eleven convenience stores.

The first of the two flavors is Pringles Las Meras Meras Habaneras, which features the taste of roasted habanero chili peppers, lime and salt.

The second new flavor is Pringles Enchilada Adobada, which offers the flavor of adobo, hot chili peppers, lime and salt.

Pictured below, the Pringles will be available on a shipper.

Pringles shipper

“We are excited to give Pringles fans in the U.S. a chance to try these flavors, which are proven performers in Mexico,” said Melissa Esshaki, senior manager at commercial strategy, small format, Kellogg Co. “Our goal is to bring the authentic flavors of Mexico to our customers, and we believe these new Pringles varieties will deliver on that promise.”

A promotion on the products, two cans for $6, will be offered from May 24 to June 27, and the Pringles will be available through early 2024.

Battle Creek, Michigan-based Kellogg is a cereal, cookie, cracker, snack and frozen-foods company. Its brands include Kellogg’s, Keebler, Special K, Pringles, Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Pop-Tarts, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies, Kashi, Cheez-It, Eggo, Coco Pops, Mini-Wheats and more. 

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