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    Ten Top Brands of Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Chips

    Jefferson Adams


    Reviewed and edited by a celiac disease expert.

      Sweet potato chips and fries are all the rage these days. 


    Caption: Image: CC BY 2.0--Steve A Johnson

    Celiac.com 06/22/2019 - It's true that sweet potatoes are naturally gluten-free, and so are sweet potato chips, unless they contain added gluten ingredients. However, the brands listed below go the extra mile to make sure their chips are labeled "Gluten-Free," which means that you can be extra confident about serving them to people with celiac disease.

    Here are some top brands of gluten-free sweet potato chips that will help to make your barbecue, picnic and cookout season extra crunchy and delicious. Do you have a favorite brand we've missed? Tell us your favorites below.

    Top Brands of Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Chips Include:



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    Cadia

    • All Natural Sweet Potato Chips

    Covered Bridge Potato Chips

    • Be.Better Salted Sweet Potato Chips
    • Sweet Potato Chips With Sea Salt
    • Salted Sweet Potato Chips
    • Sweet Potato Chips With Cinnamon & Brown Sugar

    Good Health (By Utz)

    • Sea Salted Sweet Potato Chip
    • Sweet Chipotle Sweet Potato Chips

    INKA

    • Sweet Potato Chips
    • Plantain Chips
    • Cassava Chips
    • Veggie Chips (Potato, Sweet Potato, Beetroot & Cassava Chips) Original Flavor 

    Kettle Chips

    • Organic Sweet Potato Chips Sea Salt
    • Real Sliced Sweet Potato Chips Sea Salt 

    Kirkland Signature

    • Organic Sweet Potato Chips

    One Potato Two Potato

    • Plain Jaynes Sweet Potato Chips 
    • Vermont Salted Maple Sweet Potato Chips

    Popchips

    • Sweet Potato Chips
    • Sweet Potato, Ngmo Project

    Saratoga Chips

    • Salted Sweet Potato Chips

    Terra Chips

    • Sweet Potato Sea Salt (Crinkle Cut)
    • Terra Sweets & Blues 
    • Terra Chips Mediterranean 
    • Terra Chips (Mex) Sweet Potato With Sea Salt 
    • Terra Chips Artisan Blend Sea Salt
    • Terra Chips Beauregard Sweet Fairytale Pumpkin Cinnamon Nutmeg 
    • Terra Chips Beauregard Sweets 
    • Terra Chips Can Blues 
    • Terra Chips Can Chips Original 
    • Terra Chips Can Exotic Vegetable Chips
    • Terra Chips Can Krinkle Cut Sweet Potato Chips 
    • Terra Chips Can Mediterranean Chips
    • Terra Chips Can Original Chips 
    • Terra Chips Can Sweet & Beets
    • Terra Chips Can Sweet Potato Carrot
    • Krinkle Cut Terra Chips Can Sweet Potato Chips Plain 
    • Terra Chips Can Sweets & Beets 

    Utz

    • Good Health Brand
    • Sea Salted Sweet Potato Chip
    • Sweet Chipotle Sweet Potato Chips
       

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    Check the ingredients listing for the oil used in frying.  If its not expeller pressed or extra-virgin oil, it contains toxic residual chemicals that injury the gut.  The toxins include: hexane (gasoline by-product), deodorizers (masking the putrification), bleach & more. It's just not worth becoming sick over chips.

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    Jefferson Adams is Celiac.com's senior writer and Digital Content Director. He earned his B.A. and M.F.A. at Arizona State University, and has authored more than 2,500 articles on celiac disease. His coursework includes studies in science, scientific methodology, biology, anatomy, medicine, logic, and advanced research. He previously served as SF Health News Examiner for Examiner.com, and devised health and medical content for Sharecare.com. Jefferson has spoken about celiac disease to the media, including an appearance on the KQED radio show Forum, and is the editor of the book "Cereal Killers" by Scott Adams and Ron Hoggan, Ed.D.

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