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Monday, March 2, 2009

Black Bean Chips


New Beanitos 100% Black Bean Chips will soon be available in the USA in an Original Flavor sold in a 6 oz. (170g) pillow bag from Right Brothers Foods, Inc. Claimed to be the world's first snack chip made from 100 percent beans, they contain "no potato, no corn, no rice. In fact, no grains at all!" Company literature for the snack chips reads, "Beanitos(tm) are a satisfying snack: very high in natural fiber for satiety. Five grams of fiber per ounce!
Beanitos are low glycemic - They are cooked in non-GMO oil in small batches, and dust lightly with a delightful blend of proprietary, all natural seasonings. Beanitos are all natural: no artificial anything! They taste great, and provide nutritional benefits not available in any other snack chip."

1 comment:

M.J. said...

There are actually two flavors, Black Bean Chips and Pinto Bean with Flax Seeds. I love them both and buy them all the time at HEB in Texas. I hear Central Market and Whole Foods has them too. www.beanitos.com

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