Food Should Taste This Good Review

We love a good snack in this house. Usually it is in the afternoon when we are trying to tide ourselves over until dinner. Or, when cocktail hour strikes and we want something to go well with our craft beers in the backyard.

“Food Should Taste This Good” was kind enough to send us some chips to feed our afternoon hunger. These natural chips are made from real, simple ingredients. All of the chip varieties are free of cholesterol, preservatives and trans fat, and do not use genetically modified ingredients (GMOs).  They are also certified Kosher and Gluten Free, lower in sodium, and are a good source of dietary fiber.

They currently have 15 flavors in our 5.5oz line: Multigrain, Sweet Potato, Olive, Jalapeño, Lime, Cantina, The Works!, Chocolate, Blue Corn, Cheddar, White Cheddar, Toasted Sesame, Hemp, Jalapeño with Cheddar, and Kettle Corn. As well as a brand new line of Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips with 4 classic flavors: Original, Barbeque, Salt & Pepper, and Salt & Vinegar.

What I liked most about these chips:

  • Aside from being all natural, they are made from very few ingredients. No preservatives, or items that you can’t pronounce in the ingredients list.
  • They taste unique and delicious. We especially enjoyed the jalapeno cheddar tortilla chips and the sweet potato salt and vinegar chips.
  • They go well with multiple dips. We tried them with home made guacamole from the farmer’s market and roasted red pepper pesto from Blue Moose out of Boulder, CO.


The only downside to these chips-they go fast in our house. Especially paired with a cold beer on a warm summer afternoon. I’d say go out and get yourself a bag, or two for your next backyard BBQ or afternoon snack.
**I was not compensated in any way for this review. “Food Should Taste This Good” was kind enough to send me samples of their chips. All opinions in this review are strictly my own.
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