FOOD REVIEW: Hardbite Potato Chips

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On a whim at my local fruit and vegetable stand located around the corner from Langley’s Superstore, I bought a bag of Hardbite Kettle-Cooked Potato Chips in the wild onion & yogurt flavor for approx $2.50. Wanting to support something ‘farmer grown and farmer owned,’ the chips themselves are handmade, gluten-free, non-GMO & MSG, and have no artificial ingredients. Additionally, they are trans fat and cholesterol free.

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These slices of potato do live up to their name, as they are hard and crunchy and just beautiful to look at. But unfortunately, the wild onion & yogurt flavor is lacking. Maybe I’m just used to the MSG soaked 99 cent chips from Walmart and the corner store, but I was underwhelmed even after consuming a whole bag’s worth.

I’m not completely writing these babies off, as other flavors might pack more punch, but the next time at the grocery store I’ll be picking up a bag of Miss Vickie’s balsamic vinegar & sweet onion instead.

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