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El Ranchero Tortilla Chips with Salt - 14oz

by El Ranchero |
Item # 90908
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About this item

  • Gluten-free
  • Healthy tortilla chips
  • Cholesterol-free
  • Low sodium
  • Four ingredients
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Description

Finding a snack that is both delicious and won't wreck your diet is a tight rope that you must walk with every choice you make. El Ranchero Tortilla Chips with Salt (14 oz) give you a great taste without completely banishing your diet to the netherworld. You can enjoy these hearty chips with your favorite dip or salsa, or you can eat them plain.

What is the Nutritional Content of El Ranchero Tortilla Chips with Salt?

There are approximately nine servings of El Ranchero Tortilla Chips with Salt in each bag. It comes out to around 12 chips. There are only 6 grams of fat with no trans fats. While there is added salt to El Rancho chips, they are still low in sodium with just 10 milligrams per serving. There are no sugars and 18 grams of carbohydrates, making them a low carb tortilla chip. Each serving has 2 grams of protein. Because they use corn oil to prepare their snacks, they are cholesterol free.

Are El Rancho Restaurant Quality Tortilla Chips Filled with Additives?

With El Ranchero, you don't have to worry about getting copious amounts of artificial ingredients and flavorings. They have a limited ingredient list which only includes corn, corn oil, lime and salt. That's it. There are no artificial colors or flavors. There are no preservatives with names you can't pronounce or spell — four simple ingredients.

Are El Rancho Tortilla Chips with Salt Gluten-Free?

El Rancho does not use wheat products to make their tortilla chips. As they also do not use wheat in their processing plants, these chips are safe for those who suffer from celiac disease. They are certified gluten-free. They are also free from allergens such as milk, eggs and peanuts, as they do not use peanut oil in their production. As they do use corn, there is a chance of corn gluten in the chips. However, according to the Celiac Sprue Association, corn gluten should not pose a problem for people suffering from celiac sprue disorder.

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