If your Sundays are anything like mine this time of year, then they’re centered around football, beer and snacks. And one of my favorite snacks to enjoy during the game is chips – especially tortilla chips (with salsa, obviously).
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Garden of Eatin’ first brought their chips to store shelves in 1986, their first product being blue corn tortilla chips. A division of The Hain Celestial Group, a natural and organic foods company, Garden of Eatin’ is the number one manufacturer of natural and organic tortilla chips in the United States. All of their products are made without any genetically modified ingredients, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. In addition, both new flavors that I sampled are kosher and certified gluten-free.
Here’s the breakdown of each type of chip I tried:
|Sweet Potato Tortilla Chip.|
Both varieties of chips also have only a handful of ingredients that are mostly legible (each bag had one or two that were not), but compared to a bag of Tostitos...it's clear which one's more "natural."
Given both chips' taste, sturdiness (for dip!), and quality of ingredients, I would definitely buy these again. I'm also eager to try some of Garden of Eatin's other chip varieties (Black Bean Chili? Yes, please!).
Have you ever tried Garden of Eatin's chips before? If yes, what's your review?
Both bags of chips I received were complimentary, but, as always, the opinions expressed in this post are honest and 100 percent my own.