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Tortilla chips are one of the popular snacks in our house. You can do a lot with them. And in some cases, like this one, they’re a food that the whole family can enjoy. Late July, a brand that makes organic snacks, has introduced a line of Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips. We recently had the opportunity to give them and some of the other products a try.
Late July chips come packaged in a brown paper bag. The bag reminds me of a local restaurant we used to have that served freshly made tortilla chips that way. It’s said to keep the chips fresher and tastier longer. I can’t really say if that’s true or not, as most chips and crunchy things don’t last long enough around here to get stale. Late July Restaurant Style chips are gluten free, nut-free, Kosher and vegan. Like all Late July products, they are also Certified USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified. The Restaurant Style tortilla chips are made with organic quinoa, organic chia seeds and organic corn.
Late July’s Organic Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips are currently available in two varieties – Sea Salt and Chia & Quinoa. The tortillas are very light and thin, which really seemed to make them seem even crunchier then some other tortilla chips we’ve had. We all noticed how large the chips were, which made them easier to dip into the salsa. The hands-down favorite was the Sea Salt, we all agreed that it was very flavorful without having too much salt. Late July Organic Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips are available nationwide in 11oz bags for $4.49.
Late July Multigrain Snack Chips are available in seven flavors – Sea Salt by the Seashore, Sub Lime, How Sweet Potato, Summertime Blues, Dude Ranch, Mild Green Mojo, and Red Hot Mojo. These chips were much thicker, and had a heartier flavor. They weren’t quite as crunchy as the Tortilla Chips. For these the two favorites were the Sea Salt and the Dude Ranch. We shared some of the flavors we knew we wouldn’t be nuts about, like the Lime, and they were very well received as well.
If you’re looking for tasty snacks containing no artificial ingredients, preservatives or GMOs, be sure to take a look at Late July Organic Snacks.
What’s your favorite way to eat tortilla chips? I’d really like to know, so please leave a comment!