Founder Pete Lescoe created Food Should Taste Good, Inc in 2006 with the goal of making a unique new snack with great taste, real ingredients, and sophisticated flavor – the qualities he is most passionate about in food.
With a name that speaks for itself, Food Should Taste Good® chips are made from high quality ingredients. All chip varieties are gluten free, cholesterol free, have zero grams trans fats. They are also certified Kosher. Plus, many varieties are certified vegan.
Food Should Taste Good® chips are available nationally at conventional grocers and natural food markets.
I have been given the opportunity to try some of the Food Should Taste Good (FSTG) Pita Puffs. I love trying products that are much better alternatives to traditional foods that we can’t even pronounce the ingredients. FSTG products are the perfect solution. Everyone in my house loves them. I was sent the flavors pictured above – Cinnamon, Pesto, MultiGrain and Chive. These Pita Puffs are incredible. The texture caught me by surprise at first but once I got through my preconceived thoughts I was able to totally enjoy these. My kids love the Cinnamon the most but I love the Chive the best. The bags all disappeared quickly and now I find them pretty readily at local stores so we keep our house stocked with them.
Food should Taste Good also has Kettle Cooked, Chips and Crackers in their product line. Their products are perfect for our family!
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