Kiwa Vegetable Chips are 100% natural with no artificial flavors or preservatives added. These crispy chips are made from a unique variety of vegetables grown in tropical areas of Ecuador. The assorted original mix contains chips made from Cassava, Arracacha, Green Bananas, Beetroot, and Sweet Potato. The word KIWA is derived from the word qiwa, which means “green” in Quechua. Kiwa Chips are produced in Ecuador. Bet you can’t eat just one…these chips were absolutely delicious. A healthful nosh…well almost.
- 100% Natural, Kettle Cooked
- Environmentally friendly production facilities
- Most products are HACCP certified, allowing for traceability and quality
- OU Kosher, Parve
The vegetables used for Kiwa Chips:
Beetroot: The crimson Kiwa chip with rings comes from a plant that is rich in iron, potassium, and vitamins C and B.
Cassava (Also known as Yucca): The lightest colored Kiwa Chip- comes from a starchy tuber that is a major source of carbohydrates, calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin C.
Arracacha (Also known as white carrot or parsnip): Light brown in color, but darker than the cassava chip. Arracacha is a root vegetable, a member of the carrot family, and a great source of calcium.
Sweet Plantains (Also known as verde maduro): A brownish chip with a sweet flavor that is produced after the green banana becomes ripe. It is high in potassium and vitamins.
Andean Sweet Potato: A vivid purple chip from a sweet tasting tuber rich in complex carbohydrates, fiber, beta-carotene and vitamins C and B6.
Available at Marshall’s and TJ Maxx and online at Amazon.com.