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Nature’s Eats Introduces Grain-Free Chips Made From Almonds

March 8, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
The Boerne-based brand of the Texas Star Nut & Food Company says its Nutchos chips are cooked in 100 percent almond oil, are naturally grain- and gluten-free, have 33 percent fewer carbs than tortilla chips, are rich in plant protein, and are paleo- and keto-friendly. According to the company, Nutchos have all the “crunch and mouthfeel” of traditional tortilla chips, but are “a guilt-free treat, packed with fiber, magnesium, and vitamin E.” Available in three variants – Classic Sea Salt, Barbecue, and Guacamole – Nutchos are sold in Kroger stores, specialty foods and natural grocers, and online at Nature’s Eats and Amazon beginning in June for an RRP of $3.99.
Gill Hyslop, "Nature’s Eats set to disrupt the potato chip category with first to market almond tortilla chip", BakeryAndSnacks.com, March 08, 2021, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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