Increase Nutrient Bioavailability with Garden of Eatin' Tortilla ChipsGarden of Eatin', a division of Melville, N.Y.-based The Hain Celestial Group introduces two unique all-natural tortilla chip flavors: Garden of Eatin' Sprouted Blues and Garden of Eatin' Sweet Potato. Garden of Eatin' Sprouted Blues, a crunchy blue corn tortilla chip, and the first on the market made with the unique sprouted grains combination of brown rice, lentils and quinoa, blends a nutty flavor with a distinctive hearty texture. Sprouted grains are known to increase the bioavailability of inherent nutrients and are a good source of fiber, providing 3g in every serving. Garden of Eatin' Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips make snacking a guilt-free taste sensation. Prepared with premium quality organic yellow corn and organic sweet potato that can be seen and savored in each chip, they provide 2g of protein and 2g of fiber per serving.
Sprouted Blues and Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips are made without any genetically modified ingredients, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. In addition, both new flavors are Kosher and certified gluten-free.
Suggested retail price for a 7.5-oz. bag is $3.49.
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