As I investigate food and how it is processed, I am becoming more and more inclined to read the label, reject the products with unpronounceable ingredients, go for those with fewer ingredients, and look for the good tasting among the good for me products. So where does that leave me when I want to satisfy that nibble-a-bit desire for a bite with crunch? Does "Food Should Taste Good®" sound like a reasonable option?
I have found that it really does!
For a second time around, the good folks at Food Should Taste Good® have sent me a box with a variety of their chips to sample and tell you what I think of them. I have so-very-much enjoyed nibbling and crunching on these delectable chips. Original Sweet Potato (kettle cooked). Barbequed Sweet Potato (kettle cooked). The Works. Cheddar. Multigrain.
Let's look at "The Works" which might be my "most favorite": Ingredients - Stone Ground Corn, High Oleic Sunflower Oil and/or Safflower Oil,
Evaporated Cane Juice, Corn Bran, Garlic, Onion, Poppy Seeds, Sea Salt,
Caraway Seeds. Is there anything in that list you don't recognize or can't pronounce? Just good stuff mixed together, rolled thin, and cooked. Then bagged and shipped out for you.
I'm from North Carolina and we grow a LOT of sweet potatoes. In fact, North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC, has researched and developed many innovative ways for the sweet potato to be used and marketed. So friends, the idea of the sweet potato chip in those Food Should Taste Good® bags just might have come from my home state. Who knows? But I do know that in our house, we really enjoy sweet potato chips and Food Should Taste Good has produced exceptionally good chips.
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DISCLOSURE: I received a boxed assortment of Food Should Taste Good® in exchange for my honest review. Opinions expressed are solely my own. Product information was gleaned from their website.