Salt n' Vinegar Veggie Chips

Salt n' Vinegar Veggie Chips

Pulp Pantry

Salt n' Vinegar Veggie Chips

Pulp Pantry

What's better than a salty chip? Salty chips with some added sharp and tart vinegar. The taste combination lands perfectly on every pressed vegetable chip.

Sustainable goodness

By using 50% upcycled ingredients, Pulp Pantry is able to prevent those vegetables from becoming waste.

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

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Why we love it

Salt and vinegar, vinegar and salt—we love this compelling crunchy chips. And the best part? They're packed with added fiber and nutrients (thanks to the vegetable pulp). We know you might not read the words "vegetable pulp" and immediately think "deliciously flavored crunchy chip," but prepare to be pleasantly surprised. These chips do the trick.



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


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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.

  • responsible sourcing

    By using upcycled ingredients, Pulp Pantry produces a minimal waste. They're even able to turn the pressed vegetables from bigger manufacturers into delicious chips.
  • supporting key causes

    Each yeah, Pulp Pantry saves about 29,833 square meters of cropland, 932,181 liters of water, and over 13,000 kg of nutrious vegetables.
  • low carbon footprint

    Pulp Pantry is Plastic Neutral Certified by rePurpose Global. Currently, they're working toward zero waste packaging. By subscribing to yearly Climate Collaborative comittments for reducing food waste and using Ellen MacAuthur Foundation's Circulytics, Pulp Pantry is constantly improving their practices.

How to use it

Sit back in your favorite chair, let the sun shine on you, and open up a bag of these.

When you're done...

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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About the Brand

Pulp Pantry

Pulp Pantry

Inspired to fight the 40% of food that goes to waste in the United States, especially waste of fruits and vegetables, the healthiest of foods, Pulp Pantry founder Kaitlin Mogentale began her work developing better for people, better for the planet snacks made from overlooked vegetable byproducts like organic juice pulp.
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