Taste test: These "chips" were quite a bit different from Ritz Crackers, starting with their thinner cut and triangular shape. Many of the chips were broken, but those that weren't had isosceles triangle shapes, with wavy edges on the two longer sides, giving them a silhouette kind of like Christmas trees.
The chips had kind of a light yellow beigeish color, with a pattern of small holes and some generally greenish seasoning. They were also completely flat, with no wiggle or curvature at all, so they looked more like crackers than chips.
I crunched in to find a nice light, crisp crunch with generally a wheat cracker-type feel, but the texture did feel a bit cornish too. (Despite the use of Corn in the product name, the bag indicated that it contain both corn and wheat.) The Salsa Verde seasoning was very tasty, a nice sharp flavor with a mild heat. It was good enough that I wanted to eat more of the chips. Unfortunately, when I did, I found that the seasoning was unevenly applied; most chips had a moderate helping of the salsa flavor, but others had pretty much none.
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Smell test: Very nice salsa verde kick. Great!
From the package: “Oven baked not fried” ... “Corn & wheat toasted chips” ... “Crunch & munch!” ... “Corn toasted chips to dip” ... “Enjoy the munch-able, dip-able snacking experience of Ritz Corn Toasted Chips.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Market Basket. Review published .