Unit price: Unit price gives a fair idea about cheaper and costlier brands. Among the assessed brands here, Uncle Chipps is the cheapest and Parle’s the costliest. Salt percentage: For an adult, about five grams of salt per day is the recommended intake. Salted potato chips are loaded with salt. As per label claim, salt percentage in the assessed brands varied from one per cent to two per cent. Parle’s claim of 2 per cent salt means its 50 grams of chips will provide 1 gram salt, which is 20 per cent of an adult’s daily requirement. We also tested the salt percentage at an NABLaccredited laboratory. The percentage varied from 1.04 per cent (Bingo) to 1.69 per cent (Parle’s). One brand claimed to have ‘microlight salt’ (apparently to reduce salt consumption) but it was not reflected in the laboratory test result.