Barbecue Veggie Pulp Chips

5 reviews
Pulp Pantry Barbecue Veggie Pulp Chips
5 reviews

Barbecue Veggie Pulp Chips

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Real veggies pressed into perfectly sized chips and dusted with a spicy barbecue seasoning? Yes, please.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

It's great that these deliver a tortilla chip texture with the added twist of spicy barbecue flavoring. We know the term "pulp" might not bring to mind a crisp, crunchy chip—but that's exactly what these are. The heat comes from a chili powder, along with a few other tasty seasoning.

By using 50% upcycled ingredients, Pulp Pantry is able to prevent those vegetables from becoming waste.
Juice Pulp (Celery, Kale)*, Sunflower Oil And/Or Safflower Oil, Cassava Flour, Tapioca Flour*, Okara Flour*, White Vinegar, Chia Seeds, Barbecue Seasoning (Salt, Dehydrated Lucuma Fruit, Tomato Powder, Chipotle Powder, Spice, Dehydrated Onion, Dehydrated Garlic, Flavors) *=Organic Ingredient


Contains Soy. Manufactured in a facility that also processes: milk, soy, tree nuts (coconut)

The bag 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.

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How it does good

Cutting back on waste by pressing vegetables

A lot of food ends up in landfills each year. It's estimated at about 40% of everything we grow lands there. Fortunately, Pulp Pantry took a look at the situation and stepped up to make a change. That change starts with fresh vegetable juice pulp. The process not only cuts back on food wase, but it also keeps about 38 gallons of water from going to waste (per pound of pulp, that is). The end result adds up to a satisfying chip that adds nutrients to your diet while saving cropland.