We buy Food Should Taste Good chips as a treat. We don’t eat a lot of chips so when we do we want them to be great. Food Should Taste Good sent me a sampling of their chips made with real ingredients. The chips did not last long in this house. The multigrain chips are my favorite and the Olive chips surprised me, they are really good. Both sweet potato varieties got devoured by my husband and son.
Founder Pete Lescoe created Food Should Taste Good, Inc in 2006 with the goal of making a unique new snack with great taste, real ingredients, and sophisticated flavor – the qualities he is most passionate about in food.
With a name that speaks for itself, Food Should Taste Good® chips are made from high quality ingredients. All chip varieties are gluten free, cholesterol free, have zero grams trans fats. They are also certified Kosher. Plus, many varieties are certified vegan.
Food Should Taste Good® chips are available nationally at conventional grocers and natural food markets you can also buy them online at http://foodshouldtastegood.elsstore.com/.
Food Should Taste Good has 16 varieties of Tortilla chips including; Blue Chip, Chocolate, Jalapeno, Kimchi and Lime. The tortilla chips are crisp and hold up very well to dips and salsas. They also carry four varieties of kettle chips; Barbeque Sweet Potato, Original Sweet Potato, Salt & Pepper Sweet Potato, and Salt & Vinegar Sweet Potato.
So, head on out and grab a few bags of Food Should Taste Good chips.
What flavor are you going to try?
Food Should Taste Good sent me product to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.0