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Eatsmart Naturals Garden Veggie Crisps uploaded by Aydin A.
Eatsmart Naturals Garden Veggie Crisps

Eatsmart Naturals Garden Veggie Crisps

BY EATSMART NATURALS

4.5 out of 5 stars
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4.54 / 5 based on 41 Reviews

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Eatsmart Naturals Garden Veggie Crisps
Eatsmart Naturals Garden Veggie Crisps
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
  • "Veggie chips aren't really that much better for you than regular potato chips, but they are super delicious and somewhat healthy!" in 5 reviews
  • "I know these aren't really much more healthy than regular chips, but I like the texture and the crunch and the fact that they aren't greasy and overly salted. " in 5 reviews
Layne W.
Layne W.
Mount Olive, AL
80 reviews
My kids and I,love these chips! They also come in veggie straws which are just as good. this is our favorite snacknto take to the beach, you don't feel all weighed down after eating them. I buy them at Publix but have seen them.at Target as well. Worth a try!
Makala L.
Makala L.
Ranger, WV
19 reviews
I've never tried these but my cousin lives by them! She says they are very healthy and a good snack! Definitely want to try them.
Aydin A.
Aydin A.
New York, NY
120 reviews
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Level 3
I like that it is natural and It tastes ok but just a bit too bland for me. I like that it is only 100 calories per pack.
Samantha L.
Samantha L.
Roseville, CA
177 reviews
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Level 2
Compared to others on the market I've found these to be pricey, however the taste is delicious and is a great alternative to fatty snacks. Its very similar to the straw or stick version you will see at most any major or minor marketplace!
Autumn M.
Autumn M.
Forest Hill, MD
14 reviews
Love these! Just enough crunch. I was eating Veggie Straws but I feel like the shape & thickness of their chips is a lot more satisfying.
Abigail S.
Abigail S.
Bloomfld Hls, MI
101 reviews
These are a great substitute for regular chips. Less grease and salt, with all the crunch.
Monica S.
Monica S.
Las Vegas, NV
225 reviews
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Level 4
These are delicious non-greasy snack that tastes great and is better for you. I have to buy three bags at a time of the chips or the veggie sticks and they are gone that first day!
Gabby E.
Gabby E.
154 reviews
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Level 4
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Chelsie R.
Chelsie R.
Fort Worth, TX
138 reviews
I love these chips. They are great for snacking and have a really good flavor unlike the leading brands. They aren't too salty and have the perfect crunch.
Karen T.
Karen T.
16 reviews
I know these aren't really much more healthy than regular chips, but I like the texture and the crunch and the fact that they aren't greasy and overly salted.
Monica S.
Monica S.
Las Vegas, NV
225 reviews
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Level 4
I would love an alternative flavor but same texture and type, perhaps sweet potato, taro or purple potato-any one seen new flavors?
Hannah D.
Hannah D.
11 reviews
Do these taste similar to the veggie straws?
Lydia C.
Lydia C.
Essexville, MI
Do they sell this brand in the local grocery stores or just Health Food stores?
Rachael R.
Rachael R.
Manchester, CT
339 reviews
Where can I buy these? They sound really good!
Cita V.
Cita V.
SAN DIEGO, CA
89 reviews
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Level 2
I have not been able to find them at albertsons but I was able to find them at grocery outlet and trade joes!

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