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The product Pringles Stan Smith Low top shoes was originally known as Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips, but other snack manufacturers objected, saying Pringles failed to meet the definition of a potato “chip” since they were made from a potato-based dough rather than being sliced from potatoes like “real” potato chips. The US Food and Drug Administration weighed in on the matter, and in 1975 they ruled Pringles could only use the word “chip” in their product name within the phrase: “potato chips made from dried potatoes”. Faced with such a lengthy and unpalatable appellation, Pringles eventually renamed their product potato “crisps”, instead of chips.
In July 2008, Pringles Stan Smith Low top shoes in the London High Court, P&G lawyers successfully argued that Pringles were not crisps even though labelled “Potato Crisps” on the container (in Britain what are known as “chips” in the US are known as “crisps”) as the potato content was only 42% and their shape, P&G stated, “is not found in nature”. This ruling, against a United Kingdom value added tax (VAT) and Duties Tribunal decision to the contrary, exempted Pringles from the then 17.5% VAT for potato crisps and potato-derived snacks. In May 2009, the Court of Appeal reversed the earlier decision. A spokesman for P&G stated it had been paying the VAT proactively and owed no back taxes.
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