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Old 03-09-2015, 05:37 PM   #1
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Vintage Italia Marinara Pasta chips review

Found this item at a local grocery store.

Made with Semolina flour.

A full sized chip is 1.5 inch square that is fancy cut

A really good and solid set of tomato based seasoning on it.

Nice and crunchy

A big thumbs up from me.

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Found this item at a local grocery store.

Made with Semolina flour.

A full sized chip is 1.5 inch square that is fancy cut

A really good and solid set of tomato based seasoning on it.

Nice and crunchy

A big thumbs up from me.
Is there a brand name on the product?
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Old 03-10-2015, 06:17 PM   #3
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Vintage Italia

The Great Taste of Pasta Now in a Chip | Vintage Italia Pasta Chips
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Old 03-23-2015, 05:00 PM   #4
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Onto the Vintage Italia Spicy Tomato Herb chips review

Found this new item at a local grocery store.

Made with Semolina flour.

This is supposed to be a Fra Diavolo flavor chip

This one sure was spicy. A truly great flavor combination.

A big thumbs up from me.
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Onto the Vintage Italia Garlic and Olive Oil Pasta chips review

Made with Semolina flour

A full sized chip is 1.5 inch square that is fancy cut

You can see some green seasoning on each chip.

The taste here was good.

Really crunchy

I give this item a medium sized thumbs up.
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Old 04-06-2015, 06:24 PM   #6
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Onto the Vintage Italia Garlic and Olive Oil Pasta chips review

Made with Semolina flour

A full sized chip is 1.5 inch square that is fancy cut

You can see some green seasoning on each chip.

The taste here was good.

Really crunchy

I give this item a medium sized thumbs up.
I love your reviews. I just can't find any of them in the stores I go to. I must be shopping in the wrong stores. Although, the 7-11 up the street from me carries only Lays and their own brand with I have tasted once and it was horrible. I couldn't even finish a small bag of their potato chips.

Next time I am at Market Basket, I am going to search their snack aisle from one end to the other. Utz brand is their big name for snacks.
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They do have this find a store thing... Not sure how accurate it is...

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Have seen them in Wal-mart....
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They do have this find a store thing... Not sure how accurate it is...

Find A Store | Vintage Italia Pasta Chips

Have seen them in Wal-mart....
Thanks. Of course only one chain carries it here and they are located on the other side of the harbor. Oh, well, I don't need those extra calories. And they are probably are not too great for the diabetes either.
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