The Fourth of July is always the time to break out the red, white and blue, even if the celebration just involves drinks and chips.

There’s not much that’s more American than a full-length grocery aisle brimming with about 50 varieties of snack chips, and the selection just keeps growing. Prime rib-flavored potato chips? Got ‘em. Quinoa chips? Sure, in assorted flavors.

Bernice Torregrossa:

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