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Terra Chips

Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 11:56 am
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Terra Chips have a full serving of vegetables in every ounce.  They make vegetable chips with all natural “earth made ingredients” that let you indulge your taste buds without compromising a healthy lifestyle.  Their line of potato chips include ten flavors including Au Natural Unsalted Potato Chip, Kettle General Tso Potato Chips, Lemon Pepper Unsalted Potato Chips, Kettles Chesapeake Bay and Beer Potato Chips, and many more.  Their line of exotic vegetable chips include the Terra Original Chips, Terra Exotic Harvest Seal Salt Chips, Terra Stripes and Blues Gourmet Barbeque Chips and more.  These come in some very vibrant colors!  They make six varieties of Sweet Potato Chips, as well as one kind that includes beets and another kind that includes carrots.  Their line of exotic potato chips come in gold, red, blue, and yellow, and in many different flavors.  Terra has an online store where you can buy large bags of Terra Chips or snack sizes.  Prices range from about $6.00 for one package to about $9.00 for a two pack.  Snack sizes are a little over $5.00 for a four pack.

Terra’s vegetable chips are always 100% natural.  Each one ounce serving of Terra Exotic Vegetable chips has a full serving of vegetables.  It doesn’t have trans fats, “the bad fats”.  Terra chips are cooked in expeller pressed oils, which are more healthy than other oils.  Everyone knows that vegetables are a good source of fiber, and contain plenty of vitamins.  Sweet potatoes have carotenoids, vitamins A, B6, C, potassium, iron, and fiber.  According to LiveStrong, potatoes are fat and cholesterol free.  Terra is part of the Hain Celestial Group, which has its headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.  Visit the Terra website for plenty of recipes that pair nicely with their vegetable chips!

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