Foxtrot unveiled a new self-branded potato chip flavor: Chicago-style hot dog. The snack offers flavors of mustard, onion, hot sport pepper, poppy seed and pickle.
“Like Chicago, this is a sturdy, unapologetic snack that doesn’t take itself too seriously—made in homage to one of the best food cities in the world. Sans ketchup,” the company said in an email.
The chips are available for a limited time at Foxtrot.
The chain offers additional Foxtrot-branded snacks, such as sea salt, white cheddar jalapeño, garlic parmesan and spicy dill pickle popcorn. Foxtrot recently added grab-and-go 0.5-ounce sizes. It also offers 1.25- and 5-ounce bags.
The brand’s other self-branded products include a collection of flatbread bites, nuts and more potato chip flavors.
Founded by Mike LaVitola and Taylor Bloom in 2014, Foxtrot now operates 26 locations in Chicago, Washington, D.C., Dallas and Austin, Texas, with plans to continue expansion in both existing and new markets this fall.
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