6.8 oz bag
About 7 servings per container
A Seasonal Mix Of Root Vegetables (Taro, Sweet Potato, Batata, Yuca, Parsnip), Expeller Pressed Canola Oil And/or Safflower Oil And/or Sunflower Oil, Seasoning (Sea Salt, Maltodextrin, Evaporated Cane Sugar, Onion Powder, Spices, Garlic Powder, Organic Non-Fat Milk, Natural Flavor, Vinegar Powder (Maltodextrin, Vinegar), Citric Acid, Yeast Extract), Beet Juice Concentrate (Color).
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Real vegetable chips. Gluten free. Non GMO. Non GMO Project verified. nongmoproject.org Over 20 years ago two forward thinking New York chefs created Terra Chips form the first moment, people were hooked on the vibrant flavor and delectable crunch that comes from sourcing unique and diverse root vegetables from a select group of farmers. Today, the intimate process of crafting our chips remains with over 20 different varieties and flavors that are truly distinctive by nature. Taro (also known as Malanga and dasheen) the white chip with the characteristic purplish-brown lines. Sweet potato: a distinct variety of the ipomoea batatas) a glorious late-summer orange. Batata: (bonito or Cuban sweet potato) light brown in color. Yet darker than the yuca. Batata has been savored in the Caribbean for centuries. Parsnip: a member of the same family as carrots. Fennel. Parsley. Celery celeriac and chervil. Yuca: (cassava) the lightest of color of the terra chips. Its a staple crop in south America and is known as one of most drought tolerant crops. Ruby dipped vegetables perhaps the most dramatic these terra chips are kissed with beet juice. Resulting in their distinctive autumn red color. Parsnip, Taro, Sweet Potato, Batata, Yuca. If you are not completely satisfied. Please call 888-243-6704. Seed Savers Exchange: We proudly support See Savers Exchange, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and proliferation of heirloom fruit and vegetable varieties. Seed Savers works to preserve not only the seeds but also the history behind America's culturally diverse garden and food crop heritage. Learn more at seedsavers.org. TerraCycle. Recyclable through the TerraCycle network of collection programs www.terracycle.com
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