I love shopping at Hy-Vee. I am always torn because you can't beat Wal-Mart's prices on so many things (cereal.... cheese.... granola bars..... you know what I'm saying). And yet I love Hy-Vee. The people are so friendly. They have an actual butcher counter. It's quiet. And clean. And they carry Method soap in Grapefruit so I don't have to make a special trip to Target. Plus they have a lovely little Health Market section for all my organic food needs. Not that I have many, but I am integrating more soy milk and whole grains into our diets. Sometimes I even stumble across a new specialty item that looks interesting. Today I had to scoop my jaw off the floor when I found these:
These are Olive tortilla chips by Food Should Taste Good. Yep, that's the company name. It says it all, doesn't it? I discovered these when I was in Vegas for work in January - eating at the local Whole Foods for most of my meals.
The olive is subtle, but distinct. I like the sharp bite of Kalamata. It's a really fresh take on the tortilla chip, and if you like olive, I highly recommend them. They offer a variety of flavors including Buffalo, Sweet Potato, and Cinnamon - all with a tortilla chip base. They are Gluten free, Cholesterol free and Kosher. I believe they were either $1.99 or $2.99 for a 6 oz. bag. Run out today and staisfy your snack craving with Food Should Taste Good. You won't be sorry.