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Late July Snacks Organic Multigrain Tortilla Chips Gluten Free Red Hot Mojo -- 5.5 oz

Late July Snacks Organic Multigrain Tortilla Chips Gluten Free Red Hot Mojo
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Late July Snacks Organic Multigrain Tortilla Chips Gluten Free Red Hot Mojo -- 5.5 oz

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Late July Snacks Organic Multigrain Tortilla Chips Gluten Free Red Hot Mojo Description

  • A Fiery Blend of Jalapenos & Red Peppers
  • Certified Gluten-Free
  • 18 Grams Per Serving 100% Whole Grains
  • USDA Organic
  • Kosher

When I went to college in New Orleans I discovered that spicy foods make meals and life more exciting! That's why I love hot peppers and had so much fun developing these chips. To create the perfect level of heat for our Red Hot Mojo Tortilla Chips we bake in real organic jalapenos direct from a family farm in California, spicy crushed organic red chili pepper and just a hint of garlic. These chips are also 100% whole grains, packed with chia seeds, gluten free, tree nut free, non-GMO and vegan.

Thank you for buying them!


Nicole Bernard Dawes,

Co-Founder & CEO


The Chance of a Summertime...

10% of the profits from the sale of these chips will go to the American Camp Association® to provide summer camp scholarships to kids in need. We wish every child could have a change to explore in the woods, swim in the ocean, sit by a campfire under a starlit sky and all the other reasons we named our company Late July®. I have seen firsthand what an incredible, life-changing experience summer camp has been for my boys, so thank you for helping make it a reality for other children.

Free Of
GMO, gluten, tree nuts, synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers, trans fats, high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 oz (28 g) (About 9 Chips)
Servings per Container: About 6
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories from Fat60
Total Fat6 g10%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
   Polyunsaturated Fat1 g
   Monounsaturated Fat4 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium105 mg4%
Total Carbohydrate16 g5%
   Dietary Fiber2 g8%
   Sugars0 g
Protein2 g
Vitamin A4%
Vitamin C6%
Other Ingredients: Organic ground whole corn, organic expeller pressed sunflower oil and/or organic expeller pressed safflower oil, organic diced jalapeno peppers, organic brown rice, organic jalapeno pepper powder, organic garlic powder, organic chia seeds, organic crushed red pepper, organic beet powder, organic evaporated cane juice, sea salt.
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Spicy Foods: Why They're So Hot

Want to heat things up? You’re not alone. Bold and fiery flavors are becoming increasingly popular in the U.S.

Spicy Foods: Why They're So Hot

What’s causing the heatwave?

Countries such as Mexico, Thailand and India have incorporated spices in their cuisine for centuries. But here in the United States, we’ve generally turned to milder ingredients, which begs the question: Why are folks getting all fired up about spicy foods now?

Changing demographics, increased international travel and Gen Y’s penchant for culinary adventure have all played a role in America’s Spice Revolution. So has the rise of the home cook—thanks, in large part, to TV shows, the internet and celebrity chefs who really know their chilies.

We now have easier access to spicy ingredients, and repeated exposure to powerful products like Asian Sriracha and Chinese chili oil have us clamoring for more. Plus, capsaicin found in spicy foods triggers the release of endorphins (happy chemicals) in the brain, and many have come to realize that tossing in a few peppers is a great way to boost flavor without adding fat and calories.

Want to feel the burn?

Here are a few of our favorite quick and fiery foods to help spice up your afternoon:

Late July Red Hot Mojo Snack Chips. The only thing better than a spicy snack is one that’s spicy, crunchy and free of gluten, GMOs, artificial colors, cholesterol and trans fats. Packed with chia seeds and whole grains, you will be ecstatic that you have these scorching hot chips on hand the next time hunger strikes!

Want to turn up the heat? Pair these chips with low-fat, fiber-rich Eden Foods Organic Spicy Refried Black Beans (also perfect in burritos, bontanas and quesadillas) and you’ll have a five-alarm fire on your palate!

Mary's Gone Crackers Organic Gluten- Free Hot n' Spicy Jalapeno Crispy Crackers. If “the hotter, the better” is your mantra, you’re going to love these fiery, flavorful, whole-grain crackers! Packed with the intense jalapeño heat you crave, this spicy snack staple doesn’t contain any dairy, soy or wheat, making it a smart and satisfying snack selection.

Craving even more fire power? Top these delicious, nutritious crackers with pepper jack cheese (or opt for the Eden Foods Black Beans above if you’re keeping it vegan).

Good Earth Sweet & Spicy Caffeine-Free Herbal Tea. Every heat seeker should sample this unique and exciting caffeine-free rooibos red tea, which doesn’t contain any artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Bursts of bright, sweet orange flavor suddenly transform into satisfying spice that will leave you longing for your next sip. Enjoy it hot or cold—the choice is yours!

Helpful hint: Can’t stand the heat? Don’t turn on the faucet. Water will only make it worse. Instead, guzzle a glass of good ol’ milk or choose another dairy product like sour cream, yogurt, cheese, butter or even ice cream to help alleviate the pain. Don’t do dairy? Indulge in a spoonful of sugar or suck on a lemon wedge. Both should calm the burn in no time.

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