Forager Organic Vegetable Chips WasabiForager Project
Forager Project Organic Vegetable Chips Wasabi are the tortilla chip re-imagined. Perfect for munching, crunching and dipping, these Organic Vegetable Chips are great for those seeking the exotic pungency and nasal opening experience popular in Japanese seasoning. After vegetables are juiced, it’s crunch time! Using what others don’t, Forager Project harvests the vegetable whole to ensure they use every delicious nutritious crunchy bit. Their chips are 100% organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, corn-free, kosher, vegan and contain no trans fats.
Ingredients: Rehydrated Pressed Vegetables (Water, Cucumber*, Celery*, Kale*, Spinach*, Romaine*, Collards*, Fennel*, Parsley*, Basil*), Brown Rice*, Oil Blend (Sunflower Oil*, Safflower Oil* And/or Red Palm Olein*^), Sprouted Brown Rice*, Wasabi Seasoning [Raw Cane Sugar*, Rice Flour*, Sea Salt, Spinach Powder*, Mustard Oil, Ground Mustard*], Black Sesame Seeds*, White Rice*, Ancient Grains Blend (Millet Flour*, Quinoa Flour*, Amaranth Flour*), Toasted White Sesame Seeds*, Red Quinoa Seeds* *Organic
^Rainforest Alliance Certified
Made in a facility that also processes tree nuts and milk.
No tricks, no flourishes, just what nourishes. Born of principles, Forager products are always organic, minimally processed, free from dairy and borne from the earth. By being simple and straightforward, better choices in creating products leads to better foods that they share.Take the first step and read their labels, good things reveal themselves with each and every choice for goodness.
Nuts, Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds and Ancient Grains. Forager is exploring food at the taproot of where earth’s goodness grows. Plants rise to nourish in ways that are more sustainable, healthful and vibrant than any other food source. So, they follow nature’s lead and share in its harvest of goodness. Food is best when it comes from the land and is nourished by the earth and sky. Forager respects food as a precious resource and they try to pull more from it while using less, thus helping to uphold the integrity of the food eco-system.