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MIAMI, FL - FEBRUARY 15: Packages of Pringles chips are seen on desplay at a convience store on February 15, 2012 in Miami, Florida. Procter & Gamble announced it will sell its Pringles product line to cereal-maker Kellogg for $2.7 billion after a deal with Diamond Foods fell through. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Roasted Turkey Flavored Pringles are now a thing. The company announced its newest creation in a press release, describing them as “insanely accurate Roasted Turkey crisps” that “capture that fresh-out-of-the-oven, roasted turkey flavor that Thanksgiving fans crave this time of year, no basting required.”

The company explains the reasoning behind their newest creation, saying, “If we’ve managed to capture perfect, fresh-out-of-the-oven Roasted Turkey flavor in a Pringles crisp, and we don’t use it to save people from their nasty-out-of-the-oven turkey fails, then who are we?”

The company is also offering “Pringles Turkey Insurance” in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. “We all know that nothing is a bigger let down than when you’re anticipating a delicious, home-cooked turkey on Thanksgiving and the bird gets ruined,” the company says. So anyone in those cities who tweet out past or present horror stories can win a golden-roasted prop turkey… so you can at least make you Instagram followers think that you got it right! To enter should use the hashtags #Pringles and #TurkeyInsuranceEntry.