Take the potato chips out of the freezer just before you are ready to consume them, and then put them in the refrigerator so that they may thaw. After they have thawed, you should take them out of the freezer and put them in your pantry.
You may divide the chips into smaller bags that can be sealed with zippers if you do not have space in your freezer for big bags of chips. Completely close the plastic bag, being sure to squeeze out as much air as you can.
You may save yourself the hassle of buying a huge amount of potato chips and allowing them to take up valuable real estate in your cupboard by storing them in the freezer instead. Freezing potato chips will keep them from becoming stale, which will save you from wasting any of them. As soon as a bag of potato chips is opened and the contents are exposed to air and light, the chips’ taste and texture will begin to deteriorate.
Prepare some space in the freezer for the package of potato chips. You don’t want something too heavy pushing down on the chips, since this might cause them to be crushed.
Use a permanent pen to jot down the current date on the back of the bag of potato chips.
Put the bag of potato chips, which hasn’t been opened yet, straight into the freezer. When stored in the freezer, the potato chips have a shelf life of one year.