Healthy Traditions Tortilla Chips

These Corn Tortilla Chips are exceptional, they are non-GMO and don’t have any extra unnecessary ingredients added, fried in coconut oil these chips really couldn’t get better if they tried!

To all of you guilty snackers out there, it doesn’t have to be that way. If you’re serial snackers like we are, you can’t resist opening a bag of crisps if they’re in sight. Now that we’ve exchanged all of our “unhealthy” snacks with “healthy” snacks, it’s really not so bad after all.

Not only are these chips healthy and delicious, they are also Earth-Friendly, the bags they are packaged in decompose anywhere you would find microbes eg. salt and fresh water, soil, landfills, backyard compost etc. they decompose into organic matter without leaving any pollutants behind (wooh)! Not only are they Earth-Friendly but they also have a convenient resealable zipper for those of you that don’t care to eat the whole bag in one sitting (I don’t always eat them all at once).

I love the fact there are no traces of genetic engineering, glysophate, herbicides amor pesticides, just four healthy, honest ingredients and care in every step, right down to the packaging.

Treat yourself today and get some of the best Tortilla Chips on the market, whether it’s nachos, chip & dip, gauc night or just a quick snack, they won’t fail to please!

Good food for the people with minimal impact on our environment. It’s a big yes from the team here at Healthy Homosapiens!

 

Healthy Traditions Authentic Mexican Corn Tortilla Chips are:

  • Made from thick tortillas and have a hardy crunch
  • Fried in Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil
  • Organic Corn that has been lab tested for the presence GMO’s and Glyphosate
  • Made by the traditional Aztec method of nixtamalization
  • From corn grown in Mexico and traceable back to the farm
  • Made in small batches for freshness

Corn Tortilla Chips - Nutrition Facts
Ingredients: Organic Whole White Corn, Coconut Oil, Himalayan Pink Salt, Lime/Calcium Hydroxide (processing aid during nixtamalization of corn)