Innovative Chips Expand Nutritious Snacking Options

Regular Chips May Be a Thing of the Past

Did you ever think that a chip might be nutritious? While munching on chips may be one of the most common snack habits in the U.S., it's always been maligned as unhealthy. Even so, it's so easy to grab a bag on the go and quickly fill those hunger pangs.

These three companies are on a mission to change that. By using innovative ingredients, they have created snacking chips that are actually healthy and provide low fat protein, nutrition, and fiber which are lacking in most chips and in the diets of snackers in general. Here's how they do it.

Protes

Protes protein chips are made from pea protein which delivers 15 grams of protein per 12 chips. Pea protein is a plant based protein that also contains dietary fiber and potassium. Each chip bag is just 4 oz so it's a perfect size for a zero guilt snack.

 Protes protein chips on Treatmo

Protes protein chips on Treatmo

Chirps Chips

The name should clue you in that there's something unique about these chips. Chirps are made from cricket flour which is a high protein low fat insect protein. Over 2 billion people around the world get protein from bugs which is a more sustainable form of protein than meat. These delicious chips come in three flavors - Cheddar, BBQ, and Sea Salt.

 Chirps Chips on Treatmo

Chirps Chips on Treatmo

Natural Sins

Natural Sins makes a super healthy chip which they call the Un-Potato chip. Natural Sins have only two ingredients - a crunchy vegetable or fruit that is sprinkled with pure cane sugar. Natural Sins sources it's ingredients from Costa Rica and dehydrates them into a crunchy chip that's easy to enjoy. Try Pineapple, Mango, Coconut, or Beet.

 Natural Sins - The Un-Potato Chip!

Natural Sins - The Un-Potato Chip!

Order all three chips on Treatmo and shop natural food in a tap for delivery to your door. Did you know that it's simple to re-order on Treatmo when you run out of chips? Just a couple taps from the home screen and your re-order is on the way.