Veggies or no veggies?
From Eat Smart:
Each light, crispy bite offers a mouthwatering blend of potato, tomato and spinach flavors.
In truth, there are merely a few grams of tomato puree and spinach that qualifies as vegetables.
Potato Flour, Potato Starch, Expeller Pressed Sunflower Oil, Tomato, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Spinach Powder, Turmeric, Beet Powder. Produced In A Facility That Handles Peanut Butter.
To their credit however, the crisps are made with non-hydrogenated canola oil. (Only slices of potato or other vegetables can be called chips. Crisps are molded from potato flour).
If you wish to "enjoy the simple goodness of garden fresh vegetables", as the label claims, do not expect Snyder's -- or most other brands of veggie crisps -- to help.
Honorable mention: If you must eat gluten free, Spinach Powder Crisps do not contain any gluten!
About Spinach Powder
Spinach powder is created by grinding dried spinach leaves. It is a fine, dull green powder that has a mild spinach flavor.
2014: These chips are now called EatSmart Naturals Potato, Tomato & Spinach Garden Veggie Crisps.
Visit them online at EatSmartNaturals.com
Disclosure: We have no affiliation with the manufacturer mentioned above.
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