Snyder of Berlin Naturally Good Vegetable Crisps Vegetable Medley
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Snyder of Berlin Naturally Good Vegetable Crisps Vegetable Medley

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Taste test: These chips came in four very distinct shapes and colors: Carrot (pinkish, hollow, freedom fry-shaped, very similar to Skinny Sticks), potato (light yellow and shaped like a rippled potato chip), spinach (green and shaped like an oversized rotini), and tomato (beige and shaped like a wagon wheel).

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Every kind was actually made from potato flour, but there were different flavorings on each one. They didn't really taste like the corresponding vegetables, but they all tasted good.

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Smell test: Kind of potatoey and veggie-like, sort of like celery, not bad.

From the package: “Sometimes a name says it all. That's why when we say 'Naturally Good,' we mean it. 'Naturally Good' by Snyder of Berlin tastes great. Snyder of Berlin has been making great-tasting, high quality potato chips since 1947, and we're taking the same approach with Naturally Good Vegetable Crisps. 'Naturally Good' takes taste to a new level. We belive that all natural products should taste great, so we've worked hard to find the best-tasting, all natural ingredients.”

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Company: Snyder's Potato Chips

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