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New York Style Risotto Parmesan and Roasted Garlic Gluten-Free Chips

Gluten-free snacks are improving exponentially, and I just found the proof after sampling New York Style Risotto Chips in the Parmesan and Roasted Garlic flavor. If you are looking for a healthy, tasty alternative to gluten-free snacks, look no further. Not only are these chips satisfying in that crunchy way chips should be, they are also full of flavor!

New York Style Risotto Parmesan and Roasted Garlic Gluten-Free ChipsEach Risotto gluten-free chip is packed with real Parmesan cheese that you can taste in every bite. The hint of garlic is not overwhelming and adds a nice accent to the Parmesan flavor. Risotto chips come in a convenient 5 ounce bag, making it easy to grab a bag for a quick snack, or a couple bags to share at any event or gathering. The flavor is fully satisfying alone, but the chips also hold up very well when used for scooping into your favorite sauce or dip.

These all natural chips are made with whole grain brown rice flour. Each serving comes packed with 11 grams of whole grains, and zero grams of trans fat, making them a healthier choice for flavorful, gluten-free snacking.

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