Pulp Pantry Sea Salt Veggie Pulp Chips
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Sea Salt Veggie Pulp Chips

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$5.71

5 oz / $1.14 per oz

This is not your average veggie chip. These tortilla-like snacks are made from pressed vegetables, giving them a whole lot of flavor and nutrients.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

We love a chip with a sturdy crunch, like this one. Sea salt gives just the right amount of seasoning to each and every bite. While other veggie-based chips are light, these pack extra fiber. Even the hungriest snackers will find these satisfying.

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, Sea Salt *=Organic Ingredient

Allergens

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

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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.

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.

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ingredient integrity

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low carbon footprint

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recyclable packaging

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committed to social good

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rave worthy

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.