Review and Giveaway: Food Should Taste Good Tortilla Chips (Closed)
Note: Be sure to enter in the other giveaways going on for the one year blogiversary celebration going on throughout the month of December!
Thank you to everyone who entered!!! Rachel from Baked by Rachel won! Congrats, Rachel!
In honor of the little kitchen’s one year blogiversary, here’s the first giveaway of the celebration. I recently had the opportunity to participate in an event called Brandcation. One of the swag sponsors was Food Should Taste Good. The first taste I had was their sweet potato tortilla chips. I can’t say enough about these chips. They are full of flavor AND are good for you! One of the first things I did when I came home from the Brandcation event was visit their website to see if they had coupons. (I love coupons!) I had to go buy a bag. I was able to find them at my local Super Target.
The company was started by Pete Lescoe who believes that food tastes best when it’s made with real ingredients. Just take a look at the back of this bag.
How many food products can say they are vegan, gluten free, certified Kosher, cholesterol free, good source of fiber, have no trans fat, have no MSG, made out of whole grains, low sodium, not genetically modified, all natural and have no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives AND taste GOOD?
My favorite flavors so far are the sweet potato and the blue corn tortilla chips. They have 13 different varieties so there is is a different flavor for every taste! I’m not sure why but I had to convince my husband to try these chips. After he had them, he agreed with me that they are so good! His favorite are the blue corn tortilla chips. We had them with my favorite guacamole recipe the other night and these chips are much healthier than the way I usually have them. And I have to tell you, the guac tastes good with the sweet potato chips too!
Buy it! Right now, you can go to Food Should Taste Good‘s website and print a $1 off coupon. When you redeem the coupon, Food Should Taste Good will donate $0.25 to Share our Strength! For every bag sold, they automatically donate $0.05 to Share our Strength. By using the coupon, you’re saving as well as helping a good cause. Their goal is to donate $50,000 to Share our Strength!
Win it! Five full size bags of Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips and a prize pack that includes a tote bag, chip clips and a t-shirt. Approximate retail value: $45
Mandatory Entry: Visit Food Should Taste Good’s website and tell me which flavor you would like to try. (1 entry)
The mandatory entry must be done otherwise the bonus entries will not count.
Bonus Entries (leave a separate comment for each entry, if the entry is worth 2, leave two comments such as follow FSTG on fb #1, follow FSTG on fb #2, etc):
- ‘Like’ Food Should Taste Good on facebook. (2 entries)
- ‘Like’ the little kitchen on facebook and leave your name in your entry. You can leave first name and last initial if you don’t want to leave your full name. (4 entries)
- Subscribe to this blog via email. If email, be sure to fill in the email address you’re subscribing with and to confirm the subscription. (3 entries)
- Follow me on twitter. Leave your twitter handle in the entry. (1 entry)
- Tweet this giveaway, using the retweet link at the top of this post. Be sure to come back here and leave a link to your tweet. (2 entries)
- Stumble this post, using the stumble icon at the bottom of this post. Come back and comment saying you stumbled and leave your username. (3 entries)
Additional entries may be provided via facebook and twitter over the course of the giveaway.
All entries will be checked and verified. You must enter a valid email address (so I have a way of contacting you), otherwise you forfeit the prize and another winner will be chosen. You have until 11:59pm EST on Wednesday, December 15, 2010 to enter. A random winner will be chosen via ‘And the winner is’ plugin. Once winner is chosen, they will be emailed and will have 48 hours to reply with a shipping address or an alternate winner will be chosen.
Disclosure: Good Food Should Taste Good provided me with the same prize pack that’s being given away to one of my readers to help facilitate this review. They are also providing the items for giveaway. I received no monetary compensation and the views and opinions expressed in this post are my own.
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