Mother's Farms Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips
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Mother's Farms Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips

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Taste test: These quarter-circle tortilla chips had a darker color than most sweet potato chips, as they were kind of a dark beige with an orange tint. Many of the chips were wiggly or folded over, and the surfaces were generally fairly smooth, but the had a nice textured look, with some lighter spots and small bubbles.

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We crunched in to find an excellent crispness and good crunch, with lots of delicious sweet potato flavor. These were, of course, not strictly sweet potato chips, but tortilla chips made primarily from corn, also containing sweet potato. So the sweet potato wasn't as intense as a 100% sweet potato chip, but sweet potato was still the dominant taste, and the the sweet potato here mixed well with the corn. Great!

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Smell test: Very nice sweet potato smell.

From the package: “At first crunch you will instantly love the flavorful taste of sweet potato in this tortilla chip made with organic whole grain corn. This chip offers versatility alone or with your favorite dip.” ... “Welcome to Common Sense Snacking”

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Company: Mother's Farms, A Division of CoPak Solutions, Inc.

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