The packaging says “Full of Flavor & Nutrition.” Per 9 chip serving there is 11% fiber, 2% calcium and 2% iron. Perhaps not chock full exactly but the fiber is impressive. Brad’s face as a little kid is featured all over the bag. You were a cute kid, we get it. You don’t have to rub it in.
In any case, the chips are explicitly labeled organic, gluten free and trans fat free. To create the salsa verde flavor the ingredients include bell pepper, tomato powder, onion powder, cilantro, jalapeno, garlic and vinegar among other things. The onion, cilantro and jalapeno are noticeable, providing a slight spice and aroma. The crunch is perfect for a tortilla chip. They reminded me a little of a milder Dorito without the crazy orange color. These chips taste great independently or in conjunction with salsa and hummus. That can’t be said of all tortilla chips. Dear Brad, feel free to send me a case.
Here is a review of some other Brad’s products. For other snack reviews, especially gluten free and vegan, check out the RoodonFood snacks tab.
[…] worked particularly well dipped in Sabra spinach artichoke hummus. Here is a past review of Brad’s Salsa Verde chips as well. Also, here a couple past reviews of veggie chips from Sensible Portions and Daily […]