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Light and Crispy

Posted by abbyca on Apr 29, 2011

I liked that the chips were cut fairly thin and as a result, they were crunchy.

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Not the best

Posted by BelieveJesus4EternalLife on Jun 02, 2011

These are not very pumpkin flavored and like the other reviewer said, they are not worth the calories. The okra chips are much better. Most of the chips look green and brown. I can't say that I would recommend this to anyone.

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Not bad

Posted by Reviewer3069863 on Sep 23, 2011

Crispy and good but not my favorite

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Nothing to write home about

Posted by Reviewer1458541 on Feb 23, 2012

I usually like the Danielle chips brand. these were too oily and tasted nothing like pumpkin.

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crunchy

Posted by 4744062454588559679 on Aug 10, 2014

great, apart from the high salt (which i wanted to avoid)

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More nutritous alternative

Posted by Non-GMO on Jun 27, 2012

Great crunch, but on the greasy side. Thick and a bit puffy of a chip. Was a nice change from potato and corn-based chips with the pumpkin flavor and nutrients. It is non-GMO. It also is lower in carbs than most chips so a decent treat for those following a low-glycemic index diet. I wish they would use sea salt instead of regular salt and move to safflower oil instead of palm. A lot of palm oil harvest is jeopardizing orangutang populations. Some is sustainably harvested. It's worth asking Danielle company about theirs.

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