Taste test: With their "Much Nacho" flavor, these tortilla chips appeared to be positioned as a "guiltless" alternative to the Doritos-style tortilla chip (which I've never felt particularly guilty about eating — but that's neither here nor there).
So the question was, how do these compare? Unfortunately, not well. The texture was more like cardboard than tortilla chips, with no crispness whatsoever; there wasn't much cheese seasoning, and it wasn't particularly nacho-like; and their was a weird aftertaste. The vast majority of our snackers gave a big thumbs-down, but a vocal minority really liked them.
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Smell test: Sort of remotely cheesy, but not great.
From the package: “Made with certified organic corn” ... “So how can these chips be good for me? Guiltless Gourmet Tortilla Chips are baked, not fried. We add just enough oil to make them crisp and help the natural flavors stick. The result is a Crispier Crunch with only 3 grams of fat per serving. Stone Grinding uses the whole corn kernel, so each helping is packed with complex carbohydrates and 2 grams of fiber. By the way, you get 18 big chips per serving, which is plenty to satisfy your crunchy craving with guiltless indulgence.”
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Company: The B. Manischewitz Company, LLC
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