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Name Brand vs. Store Brand: Putting them to the Test

Name Brand vs. Store Brand: Tortilla Chips

 There were 4 different tortilla chips that were tested.  Walmart chips were the best value for your money.  Some chips were thin and some were thicker.  People who taste tested the chips said that there wasn't much difference between them. I buy organic tortilla chips from Costco because they are a reasonable price considering they are organic.  Their price ranges around 5.22 for a 40 oz. bag, or 13.05 cents per ounce.  Walmart chips are still less expensive, but these come in second and are organic.  

Do you have a favorite brand of tortilla chips?  

I have tried to stop buying chips for our family since it is easy to eat too many and they aren't the best for you.  I use our homemade tortilla recipe and when the tortillas are finished being made I cut them up and bake them and use them for tortilla chips.  It took us a few times to get used to them since they don't have the salt and fat of store bought ones, but we really like them now and use them for dips, soups, etc.


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I enjoy finding ways to save money we can life comfortably on one income. We have 5 kids. I enjoy reading, cooking and spending time with my family. I have a BS degree in Elementary Education and do freelance writing from time to time.

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