Top 10 Chips Brands In India; Snack Guide!


Chips are our most favorite go-to item, whether it is morning, noon, or midnight we love stuffing potato chips into our mouth. Several chip brands are trying to establish their place in India since it is a very profitable market. Let’s have a look at the top 10 chip brands that are on the top in India.

1. Uncle Chips

Uncle chips manufactures potato chips and was launched in 1992 by Amrit Agro Ltd. In 2000 they were taken over by Frito Lay, which is owned by Pepsi.Co. The brand offers variety in flavors such as Spicy treat, Classic salted, Bombat Chilli masala, Sendha Namak, Jakkas tomato twist. Their flavors suits Indians taste therefore, they have attained this place in the market.

2. LAY’s

Lay’s is owned by and is one of the most loved chip brands. Lay’s is a US brand, and are available in various local flavors. The most popular flavors in India are Magic Masala, Cream and Onion, Caribbean Hot and Sweet Chilli, and tomato tango. Lays chips are known to be not too salty and perfectly crisp, making it a perfect snack.

3. Bingo

Quite popular among the young generation due to their attractive promotional campaigns such as Mad angles and Bingo The-Media. What makes them different, then the rest is their unique pattern of shapes. Bingo is manufactured under ITC, providing its consumers with ten lip-smacking flavors. Its most popular flavors include Achari Masti, Chilli Dhamaka, tomato madness, among many more.

4. Parle’s Wafers

Parle wafers are made with handpicked potatoes which, are then crafted into crunchy, delightful, and light chips. They have a range of six tasty flavors; Parle’s Wafers Masala Masti, Parle’s Wafers Classic Salted, Parle’s Wafers Cream n’ Onion, Parle’s Wafers Tangy Tomato, Parle’s Wafers Piri Piri, Parle’s Wafers Aloo Chaat. The taste and quality of the chips are on point, making it one of the top chip brands.

5. Pringles Chips

Pringles is an American brand of stackable-potato chips, which are owned by Kellogg. Pringles are sold in more than 140 countries and have 34 flavors. Their most popular flavors in India are Pringles Texas BBQ Sauce, Pringles Potato Chips, Sour Cream and Onion, Pringles Potato Chips, Sour Cream and Onion, and Pringles Potato Chips Pizza.

6. Balaji Wafers

Balaji is famous for offering its consumers, amazing flavor at an affordable price. Balaji is wafers and Namkeens company, that manufactures snacks in different flavors. The company has witnessed tremendous growth in the chips sector. Their popular flavors include simply salted, masala Masti, tomato twist, Chaat Chaska, Cream and onion, Pizza masala, and Pudina twist.

7. Haldiram’s Chips

Haldiram is the best food manufacturer company in India, they manufacture Namkeen, sweets, cookies, and beverages. They offer their consumer a range of flavored potato chips such as Halke Fulke, Kettle chips, tangy tomato, pink pepper potato chips, Achari Masti, Chilli Shamaka, tomato madness, and much more.

8. Kettle Studio

Kettle Studio Chips cooks perfect healthy potato chips since they are made with healthy potatoes and the finest quality sunflower oil. Their popular flavors include sea salt, jalapenos, and pepper jack cheese, balsamic vinegar, and paprika with exotic spices. As soon as you will open your bag of chips, your mouth will instantly start watering due to the sweet aroma of sunflower oil and fresh ingredients.

9. Yellow Diamond

Yellow diamonds manufactures a variety of snacks such as chips, Namkeen, dips rings, fingers, and much more. Yellow diamond is known for manufacturing, both international and traditional snacks. The company has an annual turn over of 900 crores, which distributes snacks in 28 states. Another reason for their growing popularity is their brand ambassador, Salman Khan.

10. Budhani Wafers

Budhani Bros Wafferwala is from Pune, which manufactures classic potato chips. These chips are filled with crisp, taste, and quality. This reputed brand also produces potato mixture, salted peanuts, and cashew nuts. The company has been running successfully for the last six decades, by brothers Motilal M. Budhani & Mangaldas M. Budhani.