Food Should Taste Good
That's not just a header for this article but the name of a company that makes yummy, crunchy and salty snacks. I became aware of them when I sampled their gluten-free sweet potato chips at Kim & Scott's Twist Cafe (more on Kim & Scott's later this week). I'm not a chip person but I managed to finish the bag in record time. Upon viewing their website I noticed that all their products are gluten-free.
According to the their website, CEO and founder Pete Lescoe created Food Should Taste Good, Inc in 2006 with the goal of making a unique new snack with great taste, healthy ingredients, and sophisticated flavor, all the qualities he feels most passionate about in food.
Flavors include Blue Corn, Olive, Jalapeno, Multigrain, Yellow Corn, Lime, The Works, Sweet Potato and even a savory Chocolate flavor! All flavors are gluten-free and all are lactose-free except Cheddar and White Cheddar.
Food Should Taste Good is also committed to being green. Their manufacturing facilities promote fuel-efficient transportation with less gas usage. The corrugated packaging is 100% recyclable and made from 65%+ recycled content. Additionally, the ingredients used are non-genetically modified.
Food Should Taste Good chips can be found at many Starbucks locations, Kim & Scott's Twist Café in Lincoln Park, Jewel-Osco, Whole Foods, and Foodstuffs in Evanston. You can also purchase their products on line.