Taste test: Once I got this bag open (I'll save the extended rant this time, but please, Terra, fix your bags) I found wiggly, kettle-cooked chips that varied in color from brownish yellow to nearly brown, with some green and red seasoning visible on most chips.
Though nearly none of the chips were broken, every single chip I tried was on the smallish side. Many were folded over, and some of them were extremely wiggly. The crispness of most of the chips was very good, with a strong crunch as well. The seasoning tasted mainly like sundried tomato, enhanced by some tasty onion and garlic. It was not a strong flavor, but the combination of those spices with the potato was tasty. More of the seasoning would probably have made the chips even tastier.
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Smell test: Very nice tangy, spicy potato smell. A lot like some of the spicy varieties of Kettle Chips.
From the package: “New chef-inspired flavors” ... “The name 'AR-RA-BI-A-TA' may roll off the tongue but this traditional Italian seasoning will surely roll the flavor back in. Your taste buds will be treated to a spicy combination of vine-ripened tomato, garlic and onion on a crunchy kettle cooked chip. Arrabiata seasoned chips will be the hit of any party or snacking occasion.”
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Company: Hain Celestial Group, Inc.
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This snack was discovered at Whole Foods Market (formerly Bread & Circus). Review published .