We were recently discussing how Lay's is trying to sell more chips by promoting its potatoes as locally grown. This is how one of its snack food items looks in the elementary school lunchroom where one girl has imported it from home in her back pack.
According to the label, the cheddar-flavored Stax contain, among other things, potato flakes, sunflower oil, unmodified potato starch, rice flour, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil, monosodium glutimate and yellow dyes.
In other words, trans fats. Do we approve?
3 months ago