Back in 2006 Pete Lescoe, the founder of Food Should Taste Good, Inc. decided that he wanted to make a snack that tasted good, contained real ingredients and had a certain complexity of flavors that would taste amazing. It makes sense then that he came up with the Food Should Taste Good chips!
Gluten free, cholesterol free, no grams of trans fats and certified kosher, many of Pete's line of snacks are also certified vegan. What's not to love about that?! The other good news is that they are committed to using ingredients without the use of genetic engineering (GMOs).
Food Should Taste Good send me the following chips to give a try:
"A combination of real black, kalamata and green olives offers a genuine flavor which punches up a quick snack and creates the perfect base for dips like hummus."
I'll be the first to admit that I am NOT a lover of olives, but these chips actually are pretty good. They have a nice zing that wakes your taste buds up quick!
"Flax, sunflower and sesame seeds add to the distinctively nutty flavor, making this chip a wholesome, perfect snack to be enjoyed on its own or dipped into your favorite hummus."
The Multigrain chips are nutty and quite crunchy. These could be enjoyed with all kinds of toppings and dips! Quite tasty!
"Sweet potatoes are kettle cooked and lightly salted to bring out the natural sweetness of this root vegetable."
One of my favorites these kettle cooked sweet potato chips have just the right amount of salt to make you feel guilty until you read the label!
"Made with cilantro, real avocados and spicy serrano peppers for a crunchy take on this festive dip. They are perfect alone or are the perfect pair for salsa or queso."
My absolute favorite, I really enjoyed these with medium salsa! Yummy!
Food Should Taste Good has it right -- make your food taste good, at the same time make it REAL. I love that! I look forward to trying more of their products and will be looking for them in the store as well!