Welcome to Chip Review! The site where anything chip related can, will and should be discussed. Feel free to voice your chip opinions and thoughts anytime!
Some of our plans for the site include a Ratings Section (as we work our way through our database of over 1000 chips we have tasted), along these same lines, our Reviews section will go into a bit more depth. We also hope to get you more involved with the Chip Genome Project and lots of Chip Polls so you can voice your opinions on topics involving chips.
We have a strong passion for chips of all flavors, types and sizes….
Thanks for stopping by, we look forward to lots of Chip Talk with you in the future!
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IJUST MOVED TO MANCHESTER N.J. 08759 AND I CANNOT FIND GIBBLES THIN PRETZELS ,I HAVE LOOKED IN EVERY SUPERMARKET .PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND THEM . I USED TO BUY THEM IN PUBLIX SUPERMARKET WHEN I LIVED IN FLORIDA . THEY ARE THE BEST EVER ! PLEASE REPLY THANKS. PAT GIGANTE ..
Or, if that doesn’t work we would contact them.
Would love to see you guys try more Utz Chips!
We would if we could! We are based in the Chicago area, and we either rely on product availability, or donations – neither of which Utz has, or is willing, to provide in this region. Thanks for your comment though Adam!
Trying to find out how many ozs of chips were in the old 25 cents bag of chips
Your blog gets bettere everyday! If you had also a site reviewing jams, dips and sauces it will be my homepage!!! 🙂
benez256 – thanks for the kind words! Maybe one day we will review jams, dips and sauces as well…..
I hope so!
I recently came across a new variety of chips from Boulder Canyon – coconut oil and sea salt.
I think they come close to being the best chips I’ve ever tasted.
Cooking in coconut oil is a growing trend (Jackson’s Honest make some good one’s too) and you can see why once you try them. It’s also a good option from a sustainability standpoint.
Here’s my review of the Boulder Canyon chips on Amazon:
It also takes into account the social and environmental impact of the chips (rated in “green stars”).
@ jkaybay – thanks for the comment. We are going to have to give these a try!