Pita Puffs by Food Should Taste Good Brand {review}


Food Should Taste Good® is an all natural snack brand created by Pete Lescoe in 2006. This company has been for the last 2-3 years one of our go to brands for chips and crackers. I am quite happy that their products are pretty easy to find locally at many of grocery stores surrounding where I live in the Northwest ( though not limited to just here!). The variety of delicious flavors are many and that is enough to make any snack lover very happy! I was very excited in learning that a new product was being added to their line this year!


Well, my family and I recently were able to give the Food Should Taste Good latest offering Pita Puffs a try! These delicious morsels are equally as tasty as the companies chips though quite different in texture and taste. Every member of my family really likes these and that’s saying a lot considering there’s some pretty picky eaters under our roof. We found the puffs good as is and also just as equally as tasty when dipping them in things like hummus or other dips. When we first bit into the puffs it was surprising because the inside is empty which really made these fun for the kids. Just be careful though because it’s hard to stop at just a couple of handfuls!



The Pita Puffs are currently available in chive, cinnamon sugar, multi-grain, and pesto flavors. There’s something here if you love sweet, savory, or a snack somewhere in the middle of those two. We couldn’t pick a favorite! All the flavors are so tasty. If you are traveling on vacation or plan on being away from and often at a park or some other fun destination, these snacks travel well and don’t make a mess everywhere! If you need check the list of ingredients before opting to buy, you can find all that information and more on the Food Should Taste Good website.


If you’d love to learn more about Food Should Taste Good check out their website (www.foodshouldtastegood.com) which offers nutritional information, a store locator, answers to FAQ’s, recipes ideas, and much more. 

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Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own or my immediate family members, based on our personal experience with the product.