Brad’s Raw Chips, Sweet Potato, 3 Ounce

In 2006, Brad was the typical American guy – overweight, high cholesterol, low energy, didn’t sleep well. Sound familiar? After nearly 20 years in the telecommunications industry, Brad moved back home to Pennsylvania to seriously reevaluate his life. He was at least 40 pounds overweight, mildly depressed because of a recent business failure, and prescribed

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In 2006, Brad was the typical American guy – overweight, high cholesterol, low energy, didn’t sleep well. Sound familiar? After nearly 20 years in the telecommunications industry, Brad moved back home to Pennsylvania to seriously reevaluate his life. He was at least 40 pounds overweight, mildly depressed because of a recent business failure, and prescribed the drug Lipitor to normalize high cholesterol levels. Needless to say, he was not in the healthiest state. Brad’s aunt then happened to introduce him to the documentary film “Eating,” which highlights the benefits of a plant-based diet. For some reason the film really resonated with him, and overnight he adopted a strictly raw food diet. Within months, Brad felt like a completely different person. He had shed over 40 pounds, lowered his cholesterol levels, and discovered a youthful vigor and energy he hadn’t experienced since his mid-20s. While he was completely invested in this new way of eating, he did miss the familiar crunch of traditional American snack food. He started experimenting with raw chips made from fresh vegetables, sprouted flax seeds, fruit nuts, buckwheat groats and an array of spices. He dehydrated the chips, keeping the temperature below 115 degrees, so as not to break his commitment to a raw diet. Brad’s homemade snacks were met with a lot of enthusiasm from family and friends, and due to his entrepreneurial spirit, he quickly realized the commercial appeal they could have. He ran demos at local farmer’s markets, and further praise validated the notion that his product had real potential. Soon, local health food stores and regional Whole Foods Markets began carrying Brad’s Raw Chips. Since then, Brad’s Raw Foods has been in a constant state of upward growth and expansion, and Brad’s products are sold in specialty retailers and established grocers all throughout the country. His product lines now include Brad’s Raw Chips & Crackers, Brad’s Raw Leafy Kale, and Brad’s Raw 4 Paws. His line of Brad’s Raw Onion Rings will also be launching soon.

Product Features

  • Made with carrots, sweet potato, flax seeds, raw buckwheat groats, maple syrup, extra virgin olive oil, salt, vanilla extract, Jamaican allspice, nutmeg, and Himalayan sea salt
  • A delicious healthy snack for anytime
  • Not fried, not baked
  • Vegan, kosher, non-GMO
  • Organic and gluten free

Comments

Emily E. Knight says:

Fell in LOVE and even though the shop did not restock I … I discovered Brad’s c. 4 years ago when my local natural foods shop in Connecticut stocked the indian flavor for a brief period. Fell in LOVE and even though the shop did not restock I started ordering bulk from Brad’s. Storage space is an issue and I had a few odd experiences with them so they faded off my radar until recently. I have diagnosed severe Celiac disease and with such a limited rotation of crunchy snacks, any variety truly is the spice of life! 

jane123 says:

Delicious. Love these, but they are so expensive. I like to pair it with bananas.

mswendykat says:

Good flavor. Although I am now raw material, the more healthy options and choices you have is all the better, and this one tastes surprisingly delicious.

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