Kroger Tortilla Chips (100% White Corn Traditional) are hand-cooked on a distant mesa by an ancient Aztec great-grandmother with mystical powers.
No, they’re not. They’re made by the Kroger Company of Cincinnati, OH, have zero grams of trans fat per serving, come in a red bag that holds 10 oz. of snack chips, and are preservative and gluten-free.
Most importantly in this household, they’re extremely inexpensive as compared to competitors’ prices. Seriously, inexpensive. We never pay full price for this item, which might be $2.00 or a little more, as it is so often on sale for $1.00 a bag. That’s right: a buck a bag while right next to it sits a competitor for around $4.00. And that competitor’s brand isn’t any different or better or less fattening or more flattering than Kroger’s brand of tortilla chip.
So, we stock up when this is on sale – which is often – and can actually afford to buy dip for our chips. What a concept: Affordable food of satisfactory quality that doesn’t bankrupt the customer!
I apologize for the quality of the photo I’ve used to accompany this review. I used the nearest one at hand and didn’t bother to get an unopened bag from the pantry. But to be honest, if you buy this brand, this is what the bag is going to resemble most of the time.