We can’t get enough of Colorado-based Jackson’s Honest Chips – the perfect accompaniment to summer picnics in the park, barbecues, and road trips. Founded by mother-of-four Megan Reamer seeking an alternative to manufactured potato chips fried in highly-processed vegetable oils, Jackson’s Honest Chips began with experiments in the Reamer’s home kitchen, frying potatoes in the healthiest cooking oil they could find: coconut oil.
Wowed by the rich, deep, aromatic, potato flavors that came through in those first chips, the Reamers were instant fans of this perfectly balanced, salty, sweet, crunchy snack. Using their proprietary “low and slow” cooking methods, Jackson’s Honest Chips are cooked in small batches at low temperature, hand-stirred as they cook.
The Reamers take Wendell Berry’s proclamation “Eating is an agricultural act,” to heart, sourcing potatoes from small family farmers using biodynamic or organic practices, and the highest grade coconut oil (100% organic!) from companies that use traditional extraction techniques and treat their soil and workers fairly.
Always non-GMO and organic, if ever there was a potato chip that makes you feel good, it’s Jackson’s Honest Chips. Do you prefer your potatoes purple, sweet, or classic with sea salt? Try them all and find your favorite:
- OG Sea Salt $4.99: Organic U.S. grown potatoes that can only be produced during the growing season are what make these chips very special. They often go from ground to shelf in less than week. A simple potato chip, sure to satisfy.
- Sweet Potato $4.99: These beautiful orange spuds’ subtle sweetness is accentuated by cooking low and slow in organic coconut oil, then paired with a dash of sea salt for brightness, you’ve got yourself a delightfully crispy chip.
- Purple Heirloom $4.99: Grown 8,000 years ago in the Andes Mountains, purple potatoes were once reserved for Inca Kings! Coconut oil is the perfect partner to this potato, giving it an unrivaled depth and buttery-rich finish.
- Salt & Vinegar $4.99: Made with apple cider vinegar because its sweet undertones pair well with the depth of organic coconut oil.