Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Taro, canola and/or sunflower oil, and sea salt.
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Reviews For Taro Chips - Original
Based on 11 Reviews
Taro Chips are an excellent snack.
Great substitute for potato chips.
These Yaro chips are the best chip ever!!!
Wonderful taro chips
These chips are great, salty and crunchy and great for you. They are a very thin chip and do crush easily.
is there anything better on this planet?
- larry whisenhunt
The best chip in the bag
This is my favorite kind of chip in the mixed chip bag so when I noticed the bag of chips exclusively devoted to my favorite chip, how could I go wrong. A chipper chip eater am I.
I really like the flavor of these. Only downside is they do not appear to be organic.
These chips are wonderful and we're hard to find until I joined Thrive.
One of my favorite chips!
Lay Down the Lay's, Pick Up the Taro Chips!
A delicious and--I presume--more wholesome alternative to potato chips. Of course, I found it hard to eat just one, but I was good, and made the bag last for a few installments. Always looking for potato chip alternatives; this was a welcome change.
Taro chips are a great alternative to potato chips and much tastier in my opinion. Our family got hooked on TARO chips in Hawaii! Give 'em a try, they are salty and really amazing taste wise.
- Rafael Murphy
I got hooked on Taro in Hawaii, and I'm glad I can enjoy the delicate, nutty flavor of these chips at home. They're much healthier than potato chips, and they also remind me of my wonderful trip as the snow's coming down outside.
- Asley Ames
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