Made from three simple indigents: potatoes, coconut oil and sea salt
Cooked in 100 percent coconut oil
Contain no trans fats, no cholesterol and no MSG. In addition, they are gluten free, Kosher certified and Non-GMO Project Verified.
Retail price of $ $3.59 per 5.25-ounce bag
Organic Veggie Sticks
A blend of nine organically sourced vegetables, including: tomato, red bell pepper, carrot, spinach and kale, sweet potatoes, broccoli
Baked and seasoned with a touch of sea salt
Minimally-processed, real food ingredients
Avocado Oil Jalapeno Kettle Chips
Made from high quality simple ingredients and cooked in small batches for a hearty crunch
Contain no trans fats, no cholesterol, they are gluten free, Kosher certified and Non-GMO Project Verified.
Retail price is $3.59 per 5.25-ounce bag
Boulder had sent me to review their new line of summer snacks of flavors coconut oil, baked veggie sticks and avocado oil jalapeno, along with a couple of coupons for me to purchase. The coconut oil was the center of attention at my house! This coconut oil potato chips has the deliciously flavor of real coconut, it does not have any artificial coconut flavor at all. My whole family loved the flavor and i loved the fact that it's a fun snack to munch on for the summer. Avocado oil jalapeno was my brother-in-law favorite, he loves jalepeno and he told me it taste great! He said to me that the jalapeno flavor is strong, he told me he will purchase it when hes going to have an outside grilling party. The baked veggies sticks are crispy, has lots of blend flavors of tomato, red bell pepper carrot and more, which brings out the full flavor in each bite. They are delicious i tried it with some onion dips, tasted fantastic! You can check out more about these fun summer snacks at http://www.bouldercanyonfoods.com/ and store locator, connect to their social network on facebook
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