Lundberg Rice Chips

As my children grow and get older I am more determined to give them food that’s good for their well-being.  As a Moms Meet Mom Ambassador and Mom Blogger I apply and sometimes get approved to try healthy and green products with my family and other moms.  My first sampling was for Lundberg Rice Chips and I was excited to learn about these chips and also share them with other mothers.  This was my first time ever trying rice chips so I was excited to see how it would taste and how other moms and kids would think about them as well.

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Lundberg sent me a variety of rice chips to sample at my moms meeting.  I tried a bag of the sea salt rice chips before the meeting and I really liked it.  I will say its way more crunchy than regular chips and even tortilla chips.  So you have to chew it a little longer.  Also I am accustomed to all the salt in regular chips that I wanted more salt but it was just the right amount for this size bag.  When I set up everything for the sampling everyone was excited about trying the flavors.

Facts about Lundberg Rice Chips:

  • 70% Organic
  • Gluten and Wheat Free
  • Made with Organic Grains
  • 17-18 grams of Whole Grains per serving
  • Non-GMO Ingredients
  • No Yeast Extracts
  • Zero Trans Fat
  • NO Artificial Flavors or Colors

If you’re looking for some more snack options then give their chips a try.  They come in Fiesta Lime, Wasabi, Santa Fe Barbecue and Sea Salt.  Out favorite was the Santa Fe Barbecue, then Sea Salt.  We didn’t try the Wasabi but I don’t think any of us would have been brave enough to try it.

You can purchase them from supermarket like Whole Foods, Wegmans and Giant Eagle or visit their site for a list of other retailers.  Connect with them on their Facebook and Twitter pages as well.

Disclosure:  As a Moms Meet Ambassador I was provided a sample to try with my moms group.  I was under no obligation to write this review, any and all opinions expressed are my own and may differ from yours.

 

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Food Should Taste Good – Shouldn’t It?

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Food should taste good, shouldn’t it?  Yes food should taste totally good.  I recently had the opportunity to try some tortilla and kettle cooked chips from food should taste good and I have to say I was totally surprised.  The reason I was so shocked is because these chips were made out of things like sweet potato, flax seeds, sunflower, brown rice and other healthy grains.  Can you imagine the skeptical look on my face when I opened the box and saw some grains used in these chips.  I don’t even eat most of this stuff so I was wondering how good this food would actually taste.  I got a sampler package with four flavors: Sweet Potato Tortilla, Multigrain Tortilla and Lime Tortilla, I also got a Sweet Potato Kettle Chips to try.

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The lime was fabulous.  First think I noticed is that it wasn’t overpowering in the lime flavor.  It was really good.  Plus I checked out the nutritional facts on the bag and it made me feel good about eating these chips.  Here’s some more information about the lime tortilla chips.

Description: Real lime juice and light sea salt create a refreshing, tangy flavor that pairs well with Mexican inspired accompaniments such as a zesty papaya salsa or fresh guacamole dip.
Ingredients: Stone Ground Corn, High Oleic Sunflower Oil and/or Safflower Oil and/or Canola Oil, Corn Bran, Lime Juice, Sea Salt
Nutritionals: Serving Size 1oz (28g/about 12 chips) Calories 140, Calories from Fat 60, Total Fat 6g, Saturated Fat 0.5g, Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 95mg, Total Carbohydrate 19g, Dietary Fiber 3g, Sugars 0g, Protein 2g
Bag Sizes: 5.5oz

I enjoyed snacking on my chips and sharing it with family as well. My sister got to enjoy the Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato chips and she said they were great. She took it to work with her and all her co-workers ate it up.  They were asking her to bring in more or tell them where they could buy it for themselves.  She give it five stars because it was such a hit.  My mom and older sister who are both changing their diets so they really enjoyed the multigrain tortilla chips.  My family enjoyed the lime and sweet potato tortilla chips and really enjoyed them for snacking.  I have to say I admit that this food did taste good and its better for you than regular chips.

About Good Should Taste Good:

Pete Lescoe founded Food Should Taste Good, Inc. in 2006 with the goal of creating unique flavors that give consumers choices in all natural tortilla chips. Made from wholesome ingredients, Food Should Taste Good chips are created without trans fats, cholesterol, or artificial ingredients. They are also certified gluten free, Kosher, low in sodium, are a good source of dietary fiber and many varieties are certified vegan. Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips are available in distinct flavors including Multigrain, Sweet Potato, Lime, Olive, Chocolate, The Works!, Cheddar, Blue Corn and Jalapeño. Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips are sold nationally in multiple sizes including 1.5oz and 5.5oz bags at major retailers. New Food Should Taste Good Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips are available in flavors including Original, Salt & Pepper, Salt & Vinegar and Barbeque. The Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips are available in 1oz and 4.5oz bags at major grocers. For more information, please visit www.foodshouldtastegood.com.

Availability: Food Should Taste Good Chips are sold nationally at Whole Foods Market, Starbucks, Safeway, Target and other major retailers.

Web Site:  www.foodshouldtastegood.comFacebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Disclosure:  I was provided samples to review from FSTG, any opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced.

 

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Nickida

Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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