Does this spider look familiar to you? Pringles maker thinks so and wants it named accordingly


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Does this spider look familiar to you? Pringles maker thinks so and wants it named accordingly

Pringles and spiders are probably two things you don’t associate with each other – until now. The reason, according to the snack maker, is that it looks suspiciously like its mustachioed logo. “In 1968, the world discovered the iconic Pringles box and logo, but little did we know there was a creature among us who was spreading the love of Pringles,” said Mauricio Jenkins, US marketing manager of Pringles, in a press release. An online petition began last week and has just over 1,000 signatures. If “officially recognized by the arachnid community,” Pringles said he would donate 1,500 free cans to the first 1,500 signatories to celebrate the spider’s new name Pringles is asking the International Society of Arachnology and nine other similar organizations to change its name According to Nature World News, the kidney spider has had this name since 1886 and originated in Southeast Asia and can be found in Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam.This is the latest publicity stunt to us from Pringles, including the sale of NFTs and candles. parent company has recently announced that it was splitting into three different companies, one of them focusing on snacks.

Pringles and spiders are probably two things you don’t associate with each other – until now.

The Kellogg-owned brand is asking the “arachnid community” to recognize the little-known Kidney Garden spider as the Pringles spider. The reason, according to the snack maker, is that it looks suspiciously like its mustachioed logo.

“In 1968, the world discovered the iconic Pringles box and logo, but little did we know there was a creature among us who unknowingly spread the love of Pringles,” said Mauricio Jenkins, head of the US marketing Pringles, in a press release.

An online petition started last week and has just over 1,000 signatures. If it is “officially recognized by the arachnid community,” Pringles said it would give away 1,500 free cans to the first 1,500 signatories to celebrate the spider’s new name.

Araneus mitificus, commonly known as the kidney garden spider or pale orb weaver, Satara, Maharashtra, India

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The kidney garden spider or pale orb weaver

Pringles calls on the International Society of Arachnology and nine other similar organizations to change their names. According to Nature World News, the kidney spider has had this name since 1886 and is native to Southeast Asia and found in Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam.

This is the latest publicity stunt by Pringles, including the sale of NFTs and candles. Its parent company recently announced that it is splitting into three different companies, with one of them focusing on snacks.

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