Food Should Taste Good – Kettle Cooked Chips

Light, Flavorful, & Sweet!  Three words that come to mind when eating these chips.  Food Should Taste Good kindly sent me four different bags of their kettle cooked chips to try out and write a review.  Since I like to eat healthy and try to stay away from junk food, I liked the fact that these chips are certified organic, Non-GMO, and that I could pronounce all of the items on the list of ingredients!

Food Should Taste Good was founded in Waltham, Massachusetts in 2006.  All FSTG products are gluten-free, cholesterol free, certified kosher, and have zero grams trans fats.  I could tell by my first bite that they are made with high quality ingredients because they are so light and not greasy like other chips.

The four flavors listed below in my review are made with sweet potatoes and corn which have protein, fiber, and vitamins.  These chips have a really good crunch, are nice and light, and loaded with delicious flavors!

 Kettle Corn Tortilla Chips


Made with stone ground corn, cane sugar, and sea salt. They taste like sweet corn tortilla chips.  I brought them over to a dinner party and everyone loved them! They paired very well with the guacamole and spinach artichoke dips we made.

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Barbeque Sweet Potato Chips



Seasoned with molasses, tomato, onion, vinegar, and garlic.  Light and crispy with smoky and sweet flavors.

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Salt & Pepper Sweet Potato


The sea salt and black pepper add some spice to the chips.

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Salt & Vinegar Sweet Potato 


The sea salt and a hint of vinegar creates a sharp flavor that is not as overpowering like other salt & vinegar chips.

Disclaimer: I received this product free to sample and review for my blog. I was not paid for my review and all opinions are my own.

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