Brown Rice*, Oil Blend (Sunflower Oil*, Safflower Oil* And/or Red Palm Olein*^), Sprouted Brown Rice*, Leafy Greens Blend (Kale*, Spinach Powder*, Water), White Rice*, Black Sesame Seeds*, White Sesame Seeds*, Red Quinoa Seeds*, Millet Flour*, Quinoa Flour*, Amaranth Flour*, Sea Salt.
^Rainforest Alliance Certified™
Our gluten-free chips are as crave-worthy as your favorite tortilla chips, but way more nutritious—each bag has 1 1/2 cups of organic leafy greens (what?!). And the satisfying crunch comes from ancient grains like sprouted brown rice and quinoa, not corn.
Made with leafy greens like spinach and kale, each bag of our organic, gluten-free chips has at least one and a half cups of leafy greens.
We believe plants are better for you and the planet. Here’s why: Climate change is the biggest challenge we face right now; our civilization hangs in the balance. In fact, the scientists say that avoiding meat and dairy products is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact on the planet. (Yes, it’s even more important than driving an electric car). We were founded on the belief that everyone can make a difference, and so we make simple, organic, plant-based foods made with nuts, seeds, ancient grains and vegetables. They’re the key to a healthy life and to a more viable planet. Read more about plant-based.
We are not a “big food” company. Forager Project is a family-owned and operated organic food company, and we’ve been crafting our plant-based foods in California since 2013. We believe that the food we eat is as important as the air we breathe, so our mission is to improve human and planet health by making organic, plant-based whole foods.
All Forager products are certified organic. We’re committed to organic because it’s better for the earth and better for our bodies. Because we’re certified organic, it means our products contain no artificial ingredients, flavors or preservatives, no toxic or persistent chemicals, no synthetic fertilizers or sewage sludge. What’s more, organic growing practices help enhance soil fertility while protecting wildlife and promoting biodiversity.
Michele L. Seattle, WA
Judy H. Marblehead, MA