Yum Yum Viva Pesto Seasoned Vegetable Chips

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Yum Yum Viva Pesto Seasoned Vegetable Chips

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Taste test: These rectangular, wiggly, very narrowly rippled chips came in three colors, all very subtle: light green, light beige or orange and sort of off-white or very pale yellow.

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All three colors had some green specks on them from the pesto. I'll never be the world's biggest advocate for veggie chips, but I've eaten quite a few kinds, and some are pretty good. These were below average. Not a spit-them-out taste, but just not one that I enjoyed. Some of our tasters thought that they were OK.

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Smell test: Pretty good pesto and veggies smell. Sweet.

From the package: “Treat yourself to Viva — the all-you-can-eat snack! Our Viva chips have it all: They're rippled, wonderfully light and crunchy, and bursting with authentic flavor. That's because they're made with 100% natural ingredients — tomatoes, potatoes and spinach — that give them their appetizing colour. Then they're cooked in canola oil, which is low in saturated fat. Whatever the occasion, Viva chips will satisfy your hunger anytime!”

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Company: Les Croustilles Yum Yum Enr. (Canada)

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