Due to the increasing number of people in modern society who have food allergies, chemical sensitivities and general poor health, The Vege Chip Company chose to develop snacks that are friendly to most diet types, free from nasty additives, and low in fat. With this guiding principle we have been producing snacks that are genuinely healthier for you.
Natural Sunflower Oil
High in vitamin E, sunflower oil is light in taste and appearance. We use premium sunflower oil that is low in saturated fat and has high monounsaturated levels. Read More
Due to the increasing amount of people in modern society who have food allergies, chemical sensitivities and general poor health, we chose to use only natural ingredients.
Natural Cassava Root
Cassava root is the second most important food crop in sub-Saharan Africa. Studies show Cassava can help reduce cholesterol and support the nervous system. Read More
More Flavour Less Fat
We pride ourselves in making snacks that contain up to 90% less saturated fat than chips cooked in palm oil. Our snacks contain no cholesterol or trans fats.
The Vege Chip company has always produced lower fat snacks that actually taste great. We owe this result thanks to a secret recipe of ingredients and sunflower oil which is naturally lower in saturated fat. And the unique technology we use to make our snacks.
NO HIDDEN NASTIES
The Vege Chip company makes a conscious effort to not use any nasty additives like MSG or flavour enhancers derived from MSG. At the Vege Chip company we have a policy of No numbers on the back of our packs.
Please enjoy our Vege Chips with the comfort of knowing you're consuming a healthier, yet delicious alternative snack.
VEGE CHIPS ARE SAFE!
- NO FLAVOURS ENHANCERS
- NO ARTIFICIAL COLORS
- NO ARTIFICIAL PRESERVATIVES
- NO GMO INGREDIENTS
- NO TRANSFATS
- MSG FREE
- DAIRY FREE (Except Turmeric & Cheese Deli Crisps)
- GLUTEN FREE
- SOY & NUT FREE
- EGG FREE
GOOD FATS VERSUS BAD FATS:
Eating low fat food doesn’t mean we should give up fat entirely, because we need fat in our diet. But there is more than one type of fat found in our favourite foods. If you check on the back of food packaging, you may see the words “unsaturated fat,” “saturated fat,” or “trans fat.” So which fats are the good ones and which ones should we avoid? Read More