Have you heard of Pop Chips? I recently had the opportunity to receive a sample package courtesy of Pop Chips, and was very delighted in my experience! Pop Chips is a sponsor of FitBloggin’11, so I look forward to seeing what they have to offer at the conference.
Anyway, the chips came in a very nice package…
…with a personalized note…
…and coupons galore! I loved the personal touch with the hand written note + was very appreciative of the coupons.
From the Pop Chips website:
We don’t fry it (unhealthy). We don’t bake it (undelicious). We take wholesome potatoes, add a little heat and pressure, and pop! It’s a chip. The only thing added is a flavorful blend of seasonings for a snack so delicious and crispy, you won’t even notice it’s (we hesitate to say) healthier. What’s out? More than half the fat of fried potato chips, trans fats, and cholesterol. All gone. For good. What’s popped in? Only what’s natural, tons of delicious, and plenty of crunch.
- Pop Chips had many flavors to offer: sea salt & vinegar, barbeque, salt & pepper, sour cream & onion, cheddar, and original.
The wonderful PR people with Pop Chips even answered my gluten free inquiry: Pop Chips are MADE with gluten-free ingredients, and we have lots of gluten-free bloggers who swear by them. BUT, our factory is currently not certified as gluten-free. They do not currently process any gluten products, but they’re in the process of certification.
Personally, I had no issues with these chips and thought all the flavors were great (except the sea salt & vinegar because I just don’t like that flavor in general — I had a friend try that pouch who loved them!) I haven’t actually seen these in the stores, but I haven’t exactly looked either. I need to though because I don’t want my coupons to expire!
Have you tried Pop Chips? Had you ever heard of them? Are you going to FitBloggin’11?
Disclosure: I was provided Pop Chips samples for free. As always, my opinions are honest and my own. I was not required to post about the product or provide positive feedback.