Food Should Taste Good
Posted on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 at 10:29 am
Food Should Taste Good is more than just a brand – it is a philosophy! The founder, Pete Lescoe, loves food. His experience working in restaurants and grocery stores taught him that food tastes best when it is made with real ingredients. Food Should Taste Good makes chips that are from real, natural, ingredients. All of their products are gluten free and cholesterol free. There are zero grams of trans fats in their foods. All their foods are certified Kosher, and some are certified vegan. They make tortilla chips, kettle cooked sweet potato chips, and brown rice crackers. The tortilla chips come in a variety of flavors. Some include: Jalapeno, Kettle Corn, Lime, Olive, Sweet Potato, White Cheddar, Toasted Sesame, and much more. Kettle Cooked Chips come in four flavors: Original Sweet Potato, Original Sweet Potato, Salt and Pepper Sweet Potato, and Salt and Vinegar Sweet Potato. You cannot buy products from Food Should Taste Good from their website – but they are working on making that happen! This means that the price could vary depending on what store you bought it from.
Food Should Taste Good is enrolling in The Non-GMO Project. Their new packaging that reflects their continued commitment to GMO free products should be on shelves soon. All of their foods, including their brown rice crackers, are certified gluten free by the Gluten Free Certification Organization. This means their food are safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance. Many of their foods are certified vegan by Vegan Action (with the exception of some products that contain cheese). Vegan foods do not contain any animal products at all. You won’t find trans fat in their foods because those are what can be thought of as “bad fats”. You can get some natural food coupons if you sign up for their Fan Club. Food Should Taste Good has its headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Food Should Taste Good is committed to doing good. This year, they are providing support in the fight against breast cancer by donating $150,000 to Ellen for the Cure.