Officials with the Plano company said the chips will be returned to their previous, non-recyclable bags while developers work to make the eco-friendly packaging less noisy, USA Today reported Tuesday.
"Clearly, we'd received consumer feedback that it was noisy," Frito-Lay spokeswoman Aurora Gonzalez said. "We recognized from the beginning that the bag felt, looked and sounded different."
Gonzalez, who said the Original flavor chips will still feature the eco-friendly packaging, said the company will continue trying to develop environmentally safe chip bags without the extra noise.
"We are on a journey with compostable packaging," Gonzalez said.
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