I first tasted the chips made by Food Should Taste Good back in he spring of 2009. I immediately fell in love with the sweet potato chips. I thought I would love the chocolate chips, too, as I love most things chocolate, but I wasn’t quite ready to hop on the chocolate corn chip bandwagon. Now Food Should Taste Good is introducing four new chips flavors.
The new flavor varieties should be on the shelves of your favorite grocery store this summer. The new flavors are:
- White Cheddar – A combination of white cheddar & the original Multigrain chip.
- Toasted Sesame –Toasted sesame seeds make for a crunchy chip.
- White Corn Dipping Chips – Made with organic white corn, these chips are shaped perfectly for dipping.
- Blue Corn Dipping Chips – Made with organic blue corn, these chips are shaped perfectly for dipping.
All of the chip varieties made by Food Should Taste Good are certified gluten-free by the GFCO. Some varieties of the chips are also vegan, Kosher and lactose-free. More on the ingredients and the company:
All of our ingredients are all-natural, non-GMO (not genetically modified), and purchased from suppliers in the USA and Canada. We always use the highest quality ingredients available so that we can stand by our company name, Food Should Taste Good.
I love food. I’ve been working in restaurants and grocery stores my whole life, and if I’ve learned anything, it’s that food tastes best when it’s made with real ingredients. That’s why I started my own company, dedicated to making wholesome, healthy snacks. As for the name, Food Should Taste Good, it kind of wrote itself.
Founder, Food Should Taste Good, Inc.
CEO and founder Pete Lescoe created Food Should Taste Good, Inc in 2006 with the goal of making a unique new snack with great taste, healthy ingredients, and sophisticated flavor – the qualities he is most passionate about in food. Based in Needham Heights, Massachusetts, Food Should Taste Good, Inc is a small company and growing fast.
With a brand name that says it all, Food Should Taste Good chips are made from the highest quality, all-natural ingredients baked into the chips. All chip varieties are gluten free, cholesterol free, have no trans fats and do not use genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). They are also certified Kosher, low in sodium and are a good source of dietary fiber. The chips combine the crunchiness of a chip, the crispiness of a cracker, and the dippability of a tortilla chip.
In keeping up with the times, Food Should Taste Good has a Facebook page; the chips can be found in stores across the US. For locations near you, click here. Do you have a favorite Food Should Taste Good chip? I am sticking with my sweet potato for now, but I love blue corn, so the current blue corn chips are right up there and I can’t wait to try the new dipping chips. I do have weak spot for dipping shaped chips. If you are interested in receiving a $1.00 off coupon, simply click here and sign up for the Fan Club.