Sour cream and onion chips
By: Katelyn, Jessie, Matt, and Justin
A similarity between he three products is that their calories are all under 200. A difference we noticed while testing these products is Lays is more oily than Old Dutch and Ruffles. Lastly, the slogans for each chips were, Ruffflllees got ridges! Quality Lives Here(Old Dutch). Betcha can't just take one!(Lays).
1. Buy Lays,Ruffles, and Old Dutch sour cream and onion chips and bring the bags of chips to school
2.Tear open all bags a at a time
3.Tear open napkin package
4.Lay three napkins out and repeat
5.Put one Ruffles chip on a napkin and repeat
6. Put one lays chip on a separate napkin
7.Put one Old Dutch chip on a separate napkin and repeat
8.Use randomize to randomize each set
9.Have tester consume each chip separately
10.Have the consumer fill out the form on the iPad
Materials graph below
Lays had 31.2%, Ruffles had 41.6%, Old Dutch had 27.3%.
Lays had 24 votes, Ruffles had 32 votes, and Old Dutch had 27 votes.
Materials we had to get were Lays, Ruffles, Old Dutch, Napkins, gloves.