Food Should Taste Good. Great name for a product and even better taste.

I came across a product called Food Should Taste Good at our local grocery store a few months ago and being intrigued by the name I picked it up.  I immediately turned the bag around and starting going through the ingredients and was pleasantly surprised, simple, clean, you can pronounce them all (always a good sign), and they come in a wide array of flavors.  I shouldn't be that shocked that the product is so great because it is in the way bottom corner of a shelf at my grocery story, and I hope you all know one of the rules of the grocery store...the healthiest items are stocked on the way top and the way, way bottom!

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Food Should Taste Good provided me with free samples of the product with some exciting flavors in hopes that I would write about it.  I was so excited to see a box of products at my home last week, especially because we have only had the blue corn tortilla chips and white cheddar tortilla chips prior to this and in addition to the chips, how cute are those chip clips (you can never have too many of those).  I was most intrigued by the chocolate tortilla chips, what could be bad about salty and sweet in one bite.  The chocolate tortilla chips were good!  At first bite I didn't taste too much chocolate but definitely after inhaling a few it was there, pure cocoa.  We really enjoyed all of the flavors and I love reading the ingredient lists: ranging from quinoa, flax, sunflower seed, sesame seed, jalapeno, cocoa, kimchi (yes, they have kimchi chips), etc.  You should stop by their website to see the full list of their flavors and pick up a few bags.  They are available at my local grocery store, Mariano's and hopefully they are at yours too!  

Oh, and they hold up great when being dipped or dunked!