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Food Should Taste Good

Kathy Thornburg

Our family loves companies that label clearly, avoid GMOs in their products, and provide delicious and healthy food options for us. We recently had the opportunity to review four Food Should Taste Good flavors of chips and want to share our opinions with you. We hope you will enjoy Food Should Taste Good chips as much as we do and encourage you to try our recipes with these chips in your next family meal.

SWEET POTATO

Food Should Taste Good sweet potato chips are a family favorite in our house. Both of our kids enjoy munching on these chips at lunch, at the zoo, in the car, or wherever else they may be when they need a snack. They contribute a simple (but yummy) flavor  that sets them apart from your average chip and allows them to compliment almost any meal. The only problem I have with the sweet potato chips is that we run out of them too quickly!

What else can you expect with this chip? Non GMO certified, gluten free, vegan, kosher, cholesterol free, and low sodium!

Check out my recipe for sweet potato muffin with Food Should Taste Good streusel topping.

MULTIGRAIN

You can’t go wrong with Food Should Taste Good multigrain chips. They have a unique and full flavor that lends itself well to both using with dips and eating by themselves. The variety of seeds used in this chip not only adds to the taste and texture of the chip, but also gives them a classy put-me-on-a-party-platter appearance.

What else can you expect with this chip? Non GMO certified, gluten free, vegan, kosher, cholesterol free, and low sodium!

Need a dip to pair with this chip? Check out the recipe for my favorite dip.

JALAPENO

Just the right amount of kick goes into the Food Should Taste Good jalapeno chips. The heat these are packing won’t be enough to make you cry, but they will wake up your taste buds! I would consider these to be more for grownups than for small children because of their spiciness, but even my young son enjoyed trying these!

What else can you expect with this chip? Gluten free, vegan, kosher, and cholesterol free!

If you want to add a little spice to your supper, check out my simple plan for incorporating these jalapeno chips into your next meal.

KIMCHI

I was most skeptical of the kimchi chips before tasting them for the first time. As one not well versed in traditional Korean foods, I wasn’t sure what cabbage, vinegar, and peppers could bring to a chip. I was pleasantly surprised with the taste of the kimchi chips (and even more surprised my 3-year-old son claimed to really like them). These chips bring a bold and interesting flavor to the table that will keep drawing you back to the bag for more.

What else can you expect with this chip? Gluten free, vegan, kosher, and cholesterol free!

To take your plain grilled cheese sandwich and turn it up a notch, check out my simple steps to a tasty kimcheese sandwich.

FOOD ALLERGY STATEMENT

I'm happy to provide you with added information about Food Should Taste Good and their processing practices. I am providing the answers I received from Food Should Taste Good here in quotations exactly how the answer was received. If you have any questions or concerns over the wording of the following statements, I encourage you to contact the company for further explanation.

Do our products contain any nuts?
"None of our products contain nuts." After further questioning for clarification, I was told, "Our products do not contain peanuts and our facilities do not make products with peanuts." When asking for more information about tree nuts, I was told, "Our products do not contain tree nuts or fish, nor do the facilities produce any products with those ingredients. "

Do our products contain soy?
"The following product contains soy: Sea Salt Brown Rice Crackers. All of our products are produced on the same lines as products containing soy. However, we have stringent cleaning procedures that are carried out between allergen and non-allergen runs to help prevent cross-contamination."

Do our products contain dairy?
"Some of our products contain dairy, including the following: Cheddar, White Cheddar and Jalapeño with Cheddar Tortilla Chips, and Gouda Crisps. All of our products are produced on the same lines as products containing dairy. However, we have stringent cleaning procedures that are carried out between allergen and non-allergen runs to help prevent cross-contamination."

Do our products contain sesame seeds?
"Some of our products contain sesame seeds, including the following: Multigrain, Blue Corn, Cheddar, White Cheddar and Toasted Sesame Tortilla Chips, Blue Corn Dipping Chip, Yellow Corn Dipping chip, Kimchi Tortilla Chip, as well as all of our Brown Rice Crackers. All of our products are produced on the same lines as products containing sesame seeds (with the exception of our Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips). However, we have stringent cleaning procedures that are carried out between allergen and non-allergen runs to help prevent cross-contamination."

Do our products contain eggs or shellfish?
"None of our products contain eggs or shellfish; nor do our facilities produce any products containing these ingredients."

Do your products contain any wheat?
"Our Brown Rice Crackers, Tortilla Chips, and Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips are certified gluten free by the Gluten Free Certification Organization. Our products and processes are inspected, tested and certified gluten free by the GFCO. Additionally, suppliers are required to provide negative-allergen documentation to certify their ingredients are gluten free. We also verify these results using a third party laboratory. For more information about the Gluten Free Certification Organization, please visit www.gfco.org. Please note that our Pita Puffs do contain wheat."

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Disclaimer: Food Should Taste Good provided our family with one bag of each chip flavor reviewed in hopes that we would share our thoughts with our readers. All opinions are our own.