Is there any clearer message from a product name than “Food Should Taste Good”? I don’t think so. And hey, I completely agree with them!
I am a crunchy, salty food craving girl so when I was given the opportunity to try chips from the company Food Should Taste Good I was more than happy to check out their taste. My first thought wasn’t so much about the flavor as much as it was the sensation of eating a true food. These aren’t highly processed chips, Food Should Taste Good has created chips from real food, using quality oils, and the taste is fantastic!
When it comes to processed foods I am very weary about what I allow in our cupboards. Yes, my girls ask for the big name chips and puffs that turn your fingers a bright orange, but those just aren’t for me. I don’t feel good when I eat things like that. And what’s available in our home, for the most part, dictates what my children eat. (My oldest is 15 so when she goes to the store with her friends I can only hope she makes healthy choices. Teenagers!)
Food Should Taste Good has created delicious flavors: Olive, Lime, Sweet Potato, MultiGrain, Blue Corn and Cheddar. The MultiGrain has a light taste, with a heartiness that was perfect with the salsa I picked up at the Farmer’s Market. For an ever-so-slightly sweet taste the Sweet Potato chip tastes good paired with a fruit salsa or your favorite fruit jam. The Olive, with pieces of olive in each chip, was absolutely delicious with sun-dried tomato hummus. So good!
All natural, Gluten Free, certified vegan, no trans fats with very low sodium Food Should Taste Good chips are absolutely delicious. I’m hooked! You can find these chips at New Seasons, Target, Walmart – I saw them at Costco the other day! The bigger the bag of these chips the better! For more information visit: http://www.foodshouldtastegood.com/ .
(*Disclosure: I have received the products free of charge from Small Planet Foods for my review. My opinions are truthfully my own.)