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New Food Find: The Vegan Answer to Doritos (Corn-Free, Gluten-Free Chips)

Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips were unveiled at the 2012 Natural Products Expo West and were declared "Best in Show" by VegNews, "We are obsessed (no, really) with Beanfields' new Nacho Bean & Rice Chips. The vegan answer to Doritos!"


The chips are corn-free and gluten-free; and do not contain any of the top allergens as ingredients.  The ingredients are all non-GMO verified.


Additionally, because the main ingredients are beans and rice, the chips contain twice as much protein and fiber as most tortilla chips.


The chips do have an allergen warning:

This product is manufactured on shared equipment also used for dairy, soy, corn and wheat.  No gluten-containing ingredients used.  Every lot tested by an independent laboratory for the presence of gluten.  For more details, see our website:


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The information shared here is for your convenience only, it is not an endorsement or guarantee of the product's safety. Please read the ingredient labels and contact the manufacturer if needed to confirm the safety of a product for your child.

REVIEW: I have tried the Pico de Gallo and Nacho flavors.  I enjoyed both of them. They do have a "bean flavor/texture"; however, the rest of the flavoring is highly addictive...and that's exactly what you want in a chip.  I had to pace myself so I wouldn't eat the whole bag in one sitting!

Posted by: Melanie Carver, KFA's Web Developer & News Editor, a long-time vegan and mother of two children with food allergies. The opinions in the review reflect her own opinions and are not necessarily the views or opinions of Kids With Food Allergies Foundation. 

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They sound delicious!  Has anyone checked on whether they test for any of the other allergens besides gluten?

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