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Food Should Taste Good White Cheddar Tortilla Chips

Food Should Taste Good continues to innovative with flavor, quality and nutritional value with its latest manifestation: White Cheddar Tortilla Chips. Made with real white cheddar, quinoa, flax, sunflower and sesame seeds, brown rice and soy, this multigrain chip is addicting on its own, with just enough cheese to quell those salty cravings, but it pairs scrumptiously with salsa or guacamole. You won’t find preservatives, MSG, cholesterol or trans fat in this bag; plus it’s kosher and gluten-free. Want more new flavors? Check out Food Should Taste Good’s three other newbies: Toasted Sesame, Jalapeño with Cheddar and Hemp. The website even includes suggested dip and salsa pairings for each flavor.—Eva Meszaros

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Food Should Taste Good, Inc.

Needham Heights, MA

Website: http://www.foodshouldtastegood.com/

Made from wholesome ingredients, Food Should Taste Good chips are the #1 natural tortilla chip brand created without trans fats, cholesterol or artificial ingredients. They're also certified gluten-free, Kosher, low in sodium, a good source of dietary fiber and many varieties are certified vegan. Flavors include multigrain, sweet potato, lime, olive, chocolate, The Works!, and jalapeno. Launched in 2012: Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips. Food Should Taste Good believes food should not only taste good but do good. The company's Food Should Do Good' initiative has donated nearly $750,000 to various organizations fighting breast cancer and hunger.


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