INDIA: Lay's snack to get relaunch in India
The flagship salty snack of Frito-Lay India, Lay's, is being re-launched onto the Indian market in a bid to move the brand forward from being perceived as a children's snack to an "aspirational youth icon product", according to an official spokesperson
The redesigned chips have a slightly different taste, appearance, texture and packaging.
Frito-Lay India, a subsidiary of US giant Pepsi, revealed that the new-look product would be advertised with a 40-second commercial that is already being aired across a cross-section of television channels.
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