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Food Should Taste Good

November 18, 2010

With a brand name that says it all, Food Should Taste Good chips are made from the highest quality, all-natural ingredients baked into the chips. All chip varieties are gluten free, cholesterol free, have no trans fats and do not use genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). They are also certified Kosher, low in sodium and are a good source of dietary fiber. The chips combine the crunchiness of a chip, the crispiness of a cracker, and the dippability of a tortilla chip.
Food Should Taste Good showcases a full line of chips with the following flavors: Multigrain, The Works, Sweet Potato, Cheddar, and Blue Corn, which I have reviewed below. They also have Jalapeno, Olive, Chocolate, Lime, Yellow Corn, and White Cheddar.
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Blue Corn


Food Should Taste Good chips.

Multigrain 
Tortilla chips made with flax, sunflower, and sesame seeds, quinoa, soy, and brown rice. The flax, sunflower and sesame seeds add to the distinctively nutty flavor, which makes it delicious by itself or with a choice of dip.

The Works!
The chip version of a loaded bagel, chock full of flavor with onion, garlic, poppy and caraway seeds.

My favorite chip from the Food Should Taste Good line. The onion and garlic give it an explosion of flavor.

Sweet Potato
The hint of cane sugar enhances the natural nuttiness of the sweet potato in a chip that is a riff on a class baked potato. Tastes delicious with the Apple Butter recipe that is included on the website.

Another favorite of my friends. If you love sweet potato, you will love this.

Cheddar.
A healthy yet delicious alternative for cheese cravings, these chips offer a smooth, rich flavor made from all natural cheddar cheese.

The cheddar seasoning isn’t that salty so you can dress this up in nachos or serve them with a dip.

Blue Corn
Nutty flaxseed, quinoa and organic blue corn create a robust yet versatile chip to be enjoyed alone or paired with a fresh dip.

There’s something about blue corn that makes it mysteriously good. Maybe the color? Or the flavor? Nevertheless, another favorite of mine.


Eat This, Not That.
I did some research on Food Should Taste Good chips versus Frito Lay chips. As you can tell from the chart compilation on the right, the calories are about the same, but don’t just stop right there. Too many people make the mistake of just looking at the number of calories when deciding to consume one product from another. You should also look at the fat content, sodium content, and ingredients list. Food Should Taste Good chips have a significantly lower amount of sodium when compared to it’s competitors. And trust me, you do not need that excess amount of sodium. In fact, scientific studies show that 90% of Americans get way too much sodium every day. A diet that is high in sodium can cause considerable health risks, including elevated risk of heart disease and high blood pressure. Disclaimer: Any information on this website is not meant to replace the advice of any medical professional or licensed dietitian. I am a 4th year student finishing up her Bachelors degree in Nutrition so I am not a licensed professional. Please consult your health professional for further questions.

Food Should Taste Good chips not only taste good but are good for you. They are certified with the following:

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Kosher
  • Cholesterol free
  • Good Source of Fiber
  • No trans fat
  • No MSG
  • Excellent source of whole grains
  • Low sodium
  • Not genetically modified
  • All natural
  • No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives

These chips are an A+ in my book. Not only are they healthy but they taste great. By themselves or served up in a dip. Guilty confession.. if there was only one food item that I had to eat for the rest of my life, it would be chips. I am notorious for eating a whole of chips by myself. And I’m not talking about the fun size chips either. Unfortunately, I always feel sick and bloated afterwards, which is why the sodium content is important. An excess amount of sodium will make you bloated, however with these Food Should Taste Good chips, I don’t get bloated. I’ve been sharing with my friends and they all think the chips are delicious. And because I cannot stop raving about these chips, I will be giving away 5 bags of them to my readers. They are also offering $1 off a bag of chips on their website here.

Disclaimer: I received the Food Should Taste Good products from the company. I was not offered any special compensation for this review. The giveaway below is sponsored by the Food Should Taste Good company. All opinions and photographs are copyrighted by ATasteOfKoko.

Food Should Taste Good chips giveaway. [5 bags]
How to enter

  • Leave a comment on the post. Which chip flavor would you like to try from Food Should Taste Good?
Bonus Entries

    • Follow my blog. The link is on the right panel.
    • Follow me on Twitter and Tweet: Win Food Should Taste Good chips @atasteofkoko http://bit.ly/dpOcBI
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  • Mention the contest on your blog and include a link back to this entry. 

 

To enter, do any/or all of the following. Each counts as one entry. Thus the more entry options you do, the greater chance of winning! Please leave you email so I can get in contact with you. There will be one winner who wins FIVE bags of Food Should Taste Good chips of their choice. This giveaway is open worldwide and winners will be chosen by the Random number generator. This giveaway will end at midnight on December 10, 2010.

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Jane Ko is the founder and editor in chef of the food blog, A Taste of Koko. She is a blogger, food photographer, social media ninja, pastry chef, recipe tester, and brand developer. Currently resides in Austin, Texas with her Maltese puppy, Basil.

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