Wickedly Prime Organic Yellow Corn Tortilla Chips
Taste test: I don't normally shop for snacks to review on Amazon, and I picked out these tortilla chips primarily because they were the first Amazon-branded food that I was aware of, so I couldn't very well have gotten them anywhere else. (Turns out they now sell a whole line of Wickedly Prime food.) The chips were fairly large and were cut into one-sixth-circle shapes with somewhat rough, generally dark yellow surfaces and various degrees of curvature.
I crunched in to find a good strong crunch and a high level of corn flavor, with fairly minimal salt. The corn flavor seemed richer than your average tortilla chip. Pretty good.
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Smell test: Strong corn smell, slightly salty.
From the package: “Made with stone ground corn and dusted with sea salt” ... “Determining what makes these chips so incredibly delicious is a classic case of nature versus nurture. On one hand, we naturally begin with masa made from organically grown yellow corn. On the other, we nurture each chip by cooking them to perfection. Finally, we top them off with the perfect dusting of sea salt. Nature or nurture … we just say, Yum.”
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Company: Amazon Fulfillment Services, Inc.
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