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Posted on Monday, October 1st, 2012 at 1:20 pm
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Cabo Chips is not only committed to delivering a chip you can feel good about; they want to do it in a way that promotes the environment and creates awareness of social causes. Cabo Chips are hand cooked in small batches with a flavor infusion process that makes their chips less greasy than the competition’s. They’re made with organic or all-natural corn and seasonings made with natural ingredients. Cabo Chips contain no preservatives, trans fats, cholesterol, or artificial ingredients. They use natural, organic, non-genetically modified, vegan-friendly ingredients, and contain less sodium than the traditional tortilla chip.

In addition to using organic ingredients, Cabo Chips remains dedicated to the environment by using eco-friendly and biodegradable cleaners in their facility, converting their cooking oil into bio-diesel, using recycled cardboard shipping containers, and chip bags produced under strict environmental guidelines printed with water-based ink. They also work closely with several charities and social causes. Visit the Cabo Chips website to learn more about where you can find these delicious chips. Cabo Chips operates out of Laguna Hills, California.

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