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Chips

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Buying Tips

Buy chips in smaller bags for maximum freshness. Choose lower-fat, lower-sodium varieties, and avoid those that contain saturated fat or hydrogenated oils.

Varieties

Chips are most commonly made from potatoes or corn, but may also be made from other fruits and vegetables, such as sweet potatoes, blue potatoes, carrots, and apples, as well as more unusual vegetables, such as taro root. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Low-fat and fat-free versions, low-sodium varieties, and chips cooked in olive oil and unhydrogenated oil are also available.

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