Company: Que Pasa Foods
Introduced: October 2020
Suggested Retail Price: $3.99
Product Snapshot: Día de los Muertos, or "Day of the Dead," is a Mexican celebration to remember loved ones who have passed on. It's believed they travel back and gather along with the living to share some of their favorite foods and of course, to party. Celebrate your loved ones with the limited edition Día de los Muertos chips from Que Pasa. Not too thick, and not too thin they're the perfect combination of texture, salt and crunch.
Que Pasa was created because they wanted a chip that was real—just a few, simple ingredients, minimally processed for an authentic and wholesome taste without feeling the greasy heaviness that come from most other corn chips that are made from highly processed and refined corn flour. Keeping it real also means keeping it pure—so they use only the highest quality organic, non-GMO ingredients in all of their products. And because authenticity is everything, Que Pasa’s tortilla chips are made the traditional Mexican way—whole organic corn kernels ground between hand-cut volcanic rock.
The chips are available now through November at select Whole Foods Markets and Sprouts markets in the U.S. For more information, visit quepasafoods.com.