Hexagonal Tortilla Chips | Junk Food Blog

14 November, 2006

Hexagonal Tortilla Chips

Food Should Taste GoodA company called "Food Should Taste Good, LLC" based out of Hartford, CT is marketing a new line of tortilla chips by the same brand name.

The product line was created out of the old familiar credo of making healthy alternatives to snack foods but still tasting good.

There are two varieties...

  • Multigrain - made with white corn, flax, sunflower and sesame seeds, oat fiber, brown rice and soy

  • Jalapeno - made with white corn, beets, jalapeno peppers, and red peppers.
The tortilla chips are made with all natural ingredients and are free of trans fat, cholesterol, preservatives, artificial colors and flavors. They are packaged in a 7 oz. bag priced at $2.49 each.

They're available all over the Eastern Seaboard.

Visit Food Should Taste Good at: http://www.foodshouldtastegood.com


Anonymous said...

These failed the taste test for me; they had a definite smell and flavor of burny popcorn. To make matters worse, they're fried in Canola; you might like that, but in anything but small quantities it gives me digestive problems of a nature best not discussed over dinner.

Anonymous said...

i tried this product ones and never done it again. probably i have the same reason as that above ^ 0.o

Anonymous said...

These are the only chips we buy! Have no problem w/the taste, & if you are on a healthy life plan, these are the ones for you!

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