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Food Should Taste Good HUGE Giveaway!!! (Chips and Crackers…mmm!)

I had the great opportunity of trying each flavor of these amazing chips/crackers/delicious snacks! Each was great for different reasons. Here are my thoughts on each in just a few words.

NEW* Blue Corn- A delicious “nacho” making chip. I LOVED this chip dipped in salsa or smothered in cheese and all the nacho fixings!

NEW* Cheddar- A tasty treat all by itself. The flavor held its own, almost like a cheddar cracker that couldn’t decide whether to be a chip or a cracker. 🙂

Multigrain- A classic, healthy snack. My little boy just loved snacking on these all day. The seeds and other grains make it almost like a tortilla chip but with a little something extra. Yum!

Olive- Much like the multigrain but with a little touch of olive flavor. I think this was a great one for salsa dipping as well.

Chocolate- A fun, dessert chip that could be used so many ways for a quick dessert. Build a super fast Neopolitan with these chips, some sweet ricotta and fresh berries!

Jalapeno- I loved this slightly hot tasting chip. I love spice so this one really caught my fancy. 🙂

The Works- These are so yummy with flavors like onion and garlic coming through, it was almost like and everything bagel taste…mmm!

Sweet Potato- This was a great chip especially when I wasn’t feeling well. The light texture and comforting taste made it one of the only things my body would let me eat for a few days. I love these buttery soft little cracker type chips.

Lime- Mmm! Another great chip for salsa and mexican food. I even loved dipping it in my spicy mexican soup.

Yellow Corn- This is what you think of when you think of yummy tortilla chips. They are crispy enough that they don’t get soggy under cheese, yet they are soft enough you don’t have to chew hard to enjoy them. They were great!

Cinnamon- Another great dessert cracker. This one would be an excellent base for summer smores’!

*So you know that I loved these chips but there is more to this company than just there great tasting products. Here are some interesting things about this great company…

CEO and founder Pete Lescoe created Food Should Taste Good, Inc in 2006 with the goal of making a unique new snack with great taste, healthy ingredients, and sophisticated flavor – the qualities he is most passionate about in food. Based in Needham Heights, Massachusetts, Food Should Taste Good, Inc is a small company and growing fast.
With a brand name that says it all, Food Should Taste Good chips are made from the highest quality, all-natural ingredients baked into the chips. All chip varieties are gluten free, cholesterol free, have no trans fats and do not use genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). They are also certified Kosher, low in sodium and are a good source of dietary fiber. The chips combine the crunchiness of a chip, the crispiness of a cracker, and the dippability of a tortilla chip. Food Should Taste Good chips are available nationally at fine grocers, as well as at specialty gourmet and natural food markets.
(from the website)

*Some interesting things about what this great company is doing for the environment…

At Food Should Taste Good® we have taken steps within our manufacturing facilities and offices to lessen our impact on the environment. Our manufacturing facilities are spread across the country to promote fuel-efficient transportation with less gas usage. Our corrugated packaging is 100% recyclable and made from 65%+ recycled content. Our ingredients are non-genetically modified. At our main office, we provide employees with plates and silverware that we wash to reduce the use of paper and plastic utensils. We also initiated our own recycling program, use low energy lights, and practice minimal and efficient travel. Our philosophy is that every little bit counts! (from the website)

So are you ready to win some Food Should Taste Good?!

**(2) Grand Prize Winners- Will receive a sample box of (5) FIVE bags of chips, their choice!!! Yummo!

HERE’S HOW TO ENTER: (Please leave your e-mail with each entry so I can contact you if you win.)

(Mandatory) Become a follower on AND visit Food Should Taste Good and tell me the chip that sounds best to you and why. If you are already a follower, please still leave a comment that you are. If possible tell a friend about this site.

Extra Entries:

1. Visit Food Should Taste Good & Gluten Free Frenzy on Facebook AND leave a comment about why you want to win this giveaway.

2. Follow glutenfreefrenz (yes our Twitter name is without the “y”) on Twitter AND tweet about this giveaway with a link to

3. Grab our blog button in the top left corner (beneath the big welcome picture) of this site and place it on your blog. Leave a comment saying you did with a link to the place it is.

4. Join Food Should Taste Goods fan club.

5. Post about this giveaway on your blog, Twitter or Facebook with a link back to us. (3 entries!!! So be sure to leave 3 comments for this.)

6. Enter the Redmond Clay giveaway here on our website.


*If you have any questions just post to me. Also, existing fans, and followers of Gluten Free Frenzy you MUST submit that you follow or are a fan to have it count as an entry. I can’t go through everyone and submit their entry just for being a fan on my own, so please post that you are already a fan or follower if you are and specify to what (ex. Facebook, blog…) THIS IS A BLOG GIVEAWAY SO ALL ENTRIES TO WIN MUST BE DONE ON THIS BLOG POST…

*Giveaway ends Sunday June 20, 2010 at 11:59 PM (MST). This giveaway is open to the Continental US.


  1. I absolutely LOVE the olive and multigrain chips! I would love to be able to try the chocolate ones…anything with chocolate is a winner in my book!

  2. Stefanie Stefanie
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  6. I follow Gluten Free Frenzy. I really want to try the cheddar flavor because they're probably good when craving a cheesy snack.

  7. Jessica B. Jessica B.
  8. Missy M. Missy M.

    I love the multigrain chips, but would love to try the jalapeno and sweet potato chips! Both sound yummy to me! I am a follower of Gluten Free Frenzy. Thanks for all the great giveaways!

  9. I am a follower and think the Yellow Corn chips look great, especially with some salsa!


  10. I joined the Food Should Taste Good Fan Club.


  11. Anonymous Anonymous
  12. I am a follower 🙂
    I would love to try the olive and the jalapeno. I can't just choose one!
    slcolman at hotmail dot com

  13. I am a fan of yours and Food Should Taste Good on Facebook. I also left comments about why I want to win on both pages. slcolman at hotmail dot com

  14. I joined the Food Should Taste Good Fan Club. slcolman at hotmail dot com

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  19. Food Should Taste Good chips are the absolute BEST! My favorites are the Blue Corn chips dipped in our favorite salsa recipe- delicious!

  20. I am a fan of you and I would pick the blue corn chips! I am a salty kind of eater and was head over heels for these blue corn chips I got at Trader Joe's, until I started a gluten free diet and I noticed on the package of these chips that they were made in facility that processes wheat. I haven't had them since. 🙁 I am missing them! [email protected]

  21. sweet potato looks great!

    thanks so much for the chance to win, I've always wanted to try these.

    thewideworldof (at) gmail (d0t) com

  22. left a comment on your wall about why i want to win: I love the unique flavor options of these!

    on food should taste good's wall: I love your unique flavor options, I want to try out your chips soon 🙂

    thewideworldof (at) gmail (dot) com

  23. joined the fan club

    thewideworldof (at) gmail (dot) com

  24. I checked out Food Should Taste Good's site and would love to try the yellow corn because I can't have any type of sugar, so I can't try many of the one's with evaporated cane juice, but the yellow corn looks great!


  25. I joined the Food Should Taste Good fan club.


  26. I'm a follower and can't wait to try the blue corn chips!

  27. Ruth Willett Ruth Willett

    Food Should Taste Good brown rice chips were offered as samples at Costco in San Juan Capistrano and I bought some. A short while later they were totally unavailable (first supposedly because holiday stuff took all the space – later, who knows why?). They were found one day only by my daughter in another store, but since then, I can not find them or any of the Food Should Taste Good products. I need gluten-free, and these were delicious so I’m very disappointed. I wrote to the manufacture, but was given no help in locating a reasonably close source where I can purchase them, or something nearly as good in Southern California.

    • Chandice Chandice

      I’m sorry, that is a bummer. 🙁 Our local stores here in Arizona still carry them. Do you have a Whole Foods near you? I believe they carry them. If not, there is always Amazon! 😉

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