Yum Yum Viva Herbes de Provence Seasoned Vegetable Chips
Taste test: These vegetable chips came in three different colors, beige, greenish and slightly reddish, but there was enough of the "Herbes de Provence" flavoring on all three that they tasted pretty much the same.
The wiggly, rectangular chips had a slightly styrofoam-like texture, but they were thin enough that they were still fairly crisp. They had a nice mix of mild spices and a pretty good taste.
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Smell test: Kind of your typical veggie chips smell. OK, nothing great.
From the package: “Natural ingredients potato, tomato and spinach” ... “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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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Canada (346 reviews)
- Ripple Chips (613 snacks)
- Vegetable Chips (152 snacks)
- Herbs (64 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2008
This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer. Review published August 2008.
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