Salt & Olive Oil Plantain Chips

Amazi Salt & Olive Oil Plantain Chips

Salt & Olive Oil Plantain Chips

Add to My List
Love it? Save your list! Close
Save all of your Hive favorites in one place! Log in Create an account
${ displayVariantPrice }

${ variantWeight } ${ variantWeightUnit } / ${ pricePerUnit }

Sick of overly greasy, salty potato chips? Us too. Grab a bag of these instead: lightly salted, perfectly crunchy plantain chips, sourced directly from Ugandan farmers and grown organically.
Free shipping on orders $50+
Secure checkout

Already a subscriber? Sign in to your account


  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

So thin. So crunchy. So good. These delightfully crispy plantain chips are lightly salted and free of preservatives, additives, and processed sugars. Bonus: they also don't leave an oily residue like you get from potato chips. That's because these chips are dried, not fried, which keeps a hearty crunch without the grease.

Amazi is committed to keeping their production process in the country from where they source. Their 100% made-in-Uganda products build jobs, market access, and new connections in their supply chains.

The packaging is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

Hive Five™ Certified

No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.

Learn More

1.

ingredient integrity

2.

low carbon footprint

3.

recyclable packaging

4.

committed to social good

5.

rave worthy

How it does good

A step beyond ethical sourcing

Amazi is a woman-owned food company that brings a new twist on dried fruit. But it's not just about the snacks. Amazi commits to keeping the production process in the country from where they source. They partner directly with small businesses in Uganda to make their products from start to finish. This allows for a more connected, sustainable supply chain, as well as job creation and more market access. With every bite of Amazi you take, you're helping close the gap between the source and consumer.