I Paid: $2.69 for a 6-ounce bag (prices may vary by region)
All the chips I tried were primarily powered by the soulful taste of stone-ground corn, and all had secondary (and even tertiary) flavors that were clean and dynamic. The least impressive was Buffalo, which had a little cayenne flavor and nothing more. Better was the Sweet Potato flavor, which had a distinct, sweet, earthy kick of sweet potato on the back end of the chip. The Multigrain variety combined flax, sunflower, sesame, and corn in a balanced yet lively fashion.
Finally, the Chocolate variety—which promised high drama with a potential for a catastrophic crash—turned out to be soberly and confidently executed: The not-too-sweet chocolate finish was heavy on cocoa and light on artificial Hershey’s-style flavor. It was salty enough to still qualify as a savory snack, but you could definitely pair it with dessert and not be viewed as a crazy person.
These FoodShouldTasteGood things are truly addictive chips with a crazy twist: dignity.