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I'll start with these new product endorsements (new for me anyhow):

Food Should Taste Good
All-Natural Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips
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Thumbs up: Very good, not too expensive, and very few broken chips in the bottom of the bag (unlike a lot of brands). I've also tried the olive ones, which are good, but not spectacular. Both kinds seem to have good texture and thickness -- neither too thin nor too thick.


Clif Mojo
Sweet & Salty Trail Mix Bars
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Thumbs up: I just started eating these and I like the ones I've had so far--honey peanut and chocolate almond coconut. They're not too expensive and a good size. Seventy percent organic.

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Foods should taste good sounds like something I would enjoy, especially with low salt and high flavor. 

All-Natural Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips  will be my first trial. 

Yes, they've gone through great trouble to make sure the food is low sodium, no trans fats, kosher, vegan, organic, non-gmo, etc., and still they ended up with a tasty product, which doesn't always happen. Let me know how you like them.


Of course, those are corn chips with sweet potato, not dehydrated sliced sweet potato chips.

Super Hummus
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Thumbs down: Sounds like a good idea--hummus made with chick peas and soy beans, with twice the protein and half the fat, but it just was not very good. I noticed that it was very tart and acidic, and then noticed that lactic acid was one of the ingredients (probably as a preservative). All said and done, just not that great of a product. 


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