Taste test: This can stood out on the shelf because it was shaped like Pringles but promised in very big type to be "veggie chips." We've reviewed quite a few types of "veggie chips" that were really primarily potato crisps with some "veggie" flavoring, and these turned out to be much the same. We checked the ingredients and confirmed that the first ingredient (Dried Potatoes) was indeed the same as Pringles. (There also was some Corn Meal.)
As I prepared to open the can, I was wondering whether these would be those tricolor veggie chips, and how they would handle the three colors, given the Pringles-style stack. Then I thought about it some more and looked at the picture and the inclusion of tomatoes, carrots and beets and figured that they were all on the red portion of the color spectrum, so probably there weren't three colors.
I opened it and confirmed this, as all of the chips had a light orange color. The shapes were a bit different from Pringles, but it was the same general idea. I crunched in to find a Pringles-like texture and a nice mix of veggie flavors with a light hint of cheddar. Very tasty.
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Smell test: Hints of tomato and cheese.
From the package: “Made with Potatoes, Tomatoes, Carrots & Beets” ... “The combination of garden grown potatoes, ripe vegetables, and the stackable shape make these Garden Veggie Chips™ fun to eat! Now you can satisfy your snack cravings in a smart and wholesome way.” ... “Product of Canada”
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Company: Hain Celestial Group, Inc.
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This snack was discovered at Wal-Mart. Review published .