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June 12, 2016

Multigrain Bean Chips

by Anne Paddock

Food should taste good.

Food Should Taste Good™ Bean Chips are a new line of tortilla chips that combine wholesome ingredients for a balanced and delicious chip that relies on beans, seeds, and corn for flavor. Certified gluten-free, kosher and non-GMO verified, Food Should Taste Good™ Bean Chips taste good because they are made with real ingredients found in most kitchen pantries. No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives are used.

Made with stone ground corn and a distinction multigrain blend of flax, sesame, and sunflower seeds along with brown rice flour and quinoa, these chips are offered in two varieties:Multigrain_Bean_Chips

  • Black Bean Multigrain:  Made with stone ground corn, high oleic canola oil and/or sunflower oil and/or safflower oil, brown rice flour, flax seed, cane sugar, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, quinoa and sea salt.
  • Pinto Bean Multigrain:  Made with stone ground corn, high oleic canola oil and /or sunflower oil and/or safflower oil, brown rice flour, flax seed, cane sugar, sunflower seeds, sesame seed, quinoa and sea salt.

Each serving (1 ounce – about 10 chips) has 140 calories, 3-4 grams of protein, 6 grams of fat (no trans fat), 3-4 grams of fiber, 1-2 grams of sugar, and 80 mg of sodium.

Delicious as is or with your favorite dip – hummus (homemade or Engine 2) , artichoke spinach (Thug Cookbook’s Party Grub has an excellent recipe), guacamole, or salsa.  The chips are sold in 5.5 ounce packages for about $3.39. Available at grocery stores nationwide.

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