What Flavors of Pringles are Vegan? (2022)

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Original Vegan Pringles Container

Pringles used to have TONS of different vegan flavors, but now there’s only a handful of Vegan Pringle products on the market.

The reason for the loss of many vegan flavors, such as BBQ and paprika, is because Pringles apparently (according to them) “streamlined” their productions, which unfortunately meant adding milk to some of the flavors, including BBQ.

It’s a shame they didn’t go the other way, and REMOVE all the dairy from their Pringles, but I guess they concluded that’d be harder, or maybe they just didn’t bother to consider people who avoid Dairy.

Vegan Flavors & Types of Pringles:

  • Original Pringles
  • Original Reduced Sodium Pringles
  • Original Reduced Fat Pringles
  • Wavy Original Flavor Pringles
  • Scorchin’ Chili & Lime Crisps

Unfortunately that’s all the Vegan flavors & Types of Pringles currently available, at least in most countries around the world.

The only exception is in the UK, which may still have Vegan BBQ Pringles, and tortilla-flavored pringles, however apparently they aren’t always vegan, so make sure to check if they’re vegan or not before buying them if you’re in the UK.

For everyone else, that is sadly all the Vegan Pringles nowadays.

To Clarify, none of the following flavors are Vegan:

  • Wavy Applewood Smoked Cheddar
  • Wavy Fire Roasted Jalapeno
  • Wavy Sweet & Tangy BBQ
  • Wavy MOA Burger Crisps
  • Buffalo Ranch Crisps
  • Sour Cream & Onion
  • Screamin’ Dill Pickle
  • Pizza Crisps
  • Ranch Crisps
  • Salt & Vinegar Crisps
  • BBQ Crisps
  • Cheddar Cheese Crisps
  • Cheddar & Sour Cream Crisps
  • Honey Mustard Crisps
  • Parmesan & Roasted Garlic Crisps
  • Rotisserie Chicken Crisps
  • Jalapeno Crisps
  • Scorchin’ BBQ Crisps
  • Schorchin’ Cheddar Crisps
I believe that’s all the remaining flavors of Pringles, none of which are Vegan.

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