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Food Review: Garden of Eatin' Multigrain Chips

Food Review: Garden of Eatin' Multigrain Chips


I'm a sucker for a salty chip, and love to dip them in homemade salsa, hummus, or guacamole. I also like to crunch on plain chips, too. Regular corn chips can bore the palate, so when I found these Garden of Eatin' Multigrain Chips ($3.29), I was more than interested in trying them. They're made with whole flaxseeds so they sound healthier than regular corn chips, but are they? To find out read more.





Nutritionally speaking, these multigrain chips aren't much different from regular white corn chips. They do have slightly more sodium and also a bit more fiber, but that's about it. I really love the unique flavor of these multigrain chips, and the flaxseeds embedded in the chips gave them a nice crunchy texture. The serving size of the multigrain chips is also larger, so based on that and the fact that they have a more robust flavor, I'd have to choose these over regular corn chips.



Serving Size 16 chips 10 chips
Calories 140 140
Total Fat 7g 6g
Saturated Fat 1g .5g
Cholesterol 0mg 0mg
Sodium 140mg 70mg
Carbs 19g 19g
Fiber 3g 2g
Sugar 1g 0g
Protein 2g 2g


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