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Nature’s Path Foods-owned brand, Que Pasa, has expanded its portfolio with the introduction of a new line of organic grain-free tortilla chips.
The British Columbia-based brand’s new range is made using organic cassava flour and is available in sea salt, nacho (vegan cheese) and lime flavours.
Like Que Pasa’s corn tortilla chips, the grain-free line is vegan, certified organic, and free from gluten. According to Nature’s Path, the new non-GMO offering is also paleo diet friendly.
“We like to think of our new grain-free chips as representing the height of snacking inclusivity,” said Arjan Stephens, president of Que Pasa Mexican Foods.
“They suit all varieties of chip lovers and will satisfy anyone – especially those who cannot enjoy traditional corn-based tortilla chips.”
Que Pasa’s new range can be purchased nationwide in Canada from Real Canadian Superstore and Loblaw. In addition, the tortilla chips are also available in western Canada from Save-On-Foods, London Drugs and Western Canada Costco.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2021
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