Green Giant Multigrain Sweet Potato Chips (Sea Salt) Review

Reviewed by Tanya Jackson | Apr 8, 2013
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Green Giant Multigrain Sweet Potato Chips

Green Giant is known to me for their boxed and bagged vegetables, but it looks like they're branching out into snack territory with Green Giant Multigrain Sweet Potato Chips with Sea Salt.

NUTRITION FACTS
Serving Size: 28 grams (16 chips)
Calories: 140
Total Fat: 6 grams, 9%
Saturated Fat: 0.5 grams, 3%
Sodium: 80 mg, 3%
Carbohydrates: 19 grams, 7%
Fiber: < 1 gram, 4%
Sugars: 3 grams
Protein: 1 gram

These sweet potato chips are a thin but sturdy, crunchy with a bit of a wheaty taste, and quite delicious. They weren't very salty or oily, and the entire family liked them. Each serving of Green Giant Multigrain Sweet Potato Chips with Sea Salt is about 16 chips (28 grams) and provides 140 calories from 6 grams of total fat (9% of the daily value), only 80 mg of sodium (3% of the DV), less than 1 gram of fiber, 3 grams of sugars and 1 gram of protein. Most chips provide approximately the same amount of calories, but these are definitely lower in fat than traditional potato chips.

The ingredients listed includes whole grain corn flour, sunflower oil, then dried sweet potatoes, rice flour, whole grain brown rice flour, whole grain buckwheat flour and 2% of a few other ingredients. The label says "Made with Real Sweet Potatoes", which in this case seems to mean that they were added to the corn flour. If you check out the Route 11 Sweet Potato Chips Review, you'll see that the ingredients in those chips are simply sweet potatoes, peanut oil and/or high monounsaturated sunflower oil and Real Salt (sea salt) ... sweet potatoes is the first ingredient!

I received samples of Green Giant Multigrain Sweet Potato Chips with Sea Salt for review, and it's being sold at $2.50 for a 5 ounce bag.

{Website: Green Giant Veggie Snack Chips}

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