Simba - Mexican Chilli

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Simba chips are South Africa's favourite snack because they are everywhere where families are having fun and enjoying themselves! Simba chips were first launched in 1956 with a sachet of salt in the packet which had to be sprinkled on the chips. Every chip found in our packets roarrrs with flavour and this is why every potato in the land wats to become a Simba chippie! Our chips are about great times with friends and family and we make them from only the very best potatoes in South Africa! Simba chips guarantee that every time you open a packet, great taste, fun, and sharing will follow. Come on, open a packet of Simba chips and enjoy South Africa's favourite snack! Simba chips are for everyone, from grandpa to grand son, gogo to grand daughter and majita to ousies, Simba Roarrrs with flavour...


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