I am a “label reader”! I try to buy or make healthy snacks to have in our kitchen. I am also trying to add more gluten free foods in my diet this year. So, when I was at my local grocery and saw these Multigrain Quinoa Crisps, I thought “Wow, I’ll try those”! Multigrain, check. Quinoa, check. Gluten and wheat free, check!
Well, I was in a bit of a hurry and did not pull out my “cheaters” (my trusty reading glasses). I had the need for a snack the next day and I pulled these crisps out of the cupboard and started to munch. They tasted “fake” and too sweet. So I put on my reading glasses and read the ingredients. Yikes! Quinoa was the 6th ingredient! And some of the other ingredients were: sugar and potato starch. Uggg! Then I read the nutrition facts and was also surprised to see that there was only ONE gram of fiber in a serving. How can this company get away with calling the product “multigrain” and also a “good source of fiber” on the front of the package? Buyer beware!