Hardbite Root Vegetable Chips: Review & Giveaway

December 03, 2015

What do beets, carrots and parsnips have in common? Sure, they're all root vegetables, but they're also part of the exotic line of root vegetable chips made by Hardbite!

You've probably seen Hardbite Chips in your local grocery stores. Their crunchy chips are found inside unique black bags decorated with images of distinct landmarks in British Columbia, Canada. Why BC? Because Hardbite is produced out of Maple Ridge, from potatoes and root vegetables sourced from local farmers in the area. Their snacks are a wonderful Canadian product, and even received support from some of the Dragons on Dragons' Den.

After a successful launch of their Parsnip Chips, Hardbite introduced their beet and carrot chips this fall. Drop'N Mad Beets beet chips are a beautiful crimson red colour, and being lightly salted they are a sweet and savoury chip. 18 Carrot Gold carrot chips are golden orange and have a distinct, slightly sweet carrot flavour.

So what exactly makes Hardbite Chips so great? The company takes pride in the fact that their products are
  • Locally produced in Maple Ridge
  • All natural - each chip bag has a short list of ingredients that you will recognize!
  • Verified Non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project
  • Trans Fat, cholesterol and gluten free
What I love about these chips is that you can taste the natural flavour of the vegetables in the chip. The chips are processed in small batches and hand-turned to ensure the highest quality. And given that the chips are made from root vegetables, they're a low carb, guilt-free snack! If you don't like vegetables, at least you can get some of your daily vegetable servings in chip form. Of the three flavours, Drop'N Mad Beets is my favourite - I love the earthy sweetness of the beets! Each bag of chips comes in a 150g size and can be found at many grocery stores across Canada and the US. To find these chips near you, you can use the store locator here.

In the spirit of the holiday season, Hardbite has offered one of my readers the opportunity to try these new root vegetable chips! Check out the full giveaway details below, this giveaway is open to all my Canadian readers. Happy holidays and happy snacking!



One Hardbite Prize Pack

Mandatory Entry: To enter, tell me what your favourite root vegetable is by commenting on this post! Please make sure you leave a valid email address in the giveaway widget as this is how I will be contacting you.


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This giveaway is open to anyone 18+ years of age in Canada. You have until December 18th to enter and the winner will be selected by random and be contacted via email. Good luck!

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  1. Ah so hard to pick, I love most root vegetables but I would probably pick beets

  2. Mmmm... root veggies! Probably daikon actually!

  3. I love all root vegetables but beets and parsnips would be at the top of the list.

  4. I a not sure but It would probably be Root.

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  6. My favourite root vegetable would be carrots.

  7. I love butternut squash! Is that a root vegetable? If not, yams.

  8. Sounds good !

    xx L.


  9. Turnip/rutabaga is my favourite root vegetable

  10. I love carrots, actually this year I've acquire a taste for beets too. Never used to like them. Only the greens. Sweet potatoes are terrific too.

  11. om my carrots are my all time fav

  12. Sweet potatoes are my favorite.

  13. I would say carrots

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  14. I would say my favorite is parsnips!!

  15. My favourite is butternut squash.

  16. Purple carrots are my favourite root vegetable - discovered them this summer by growing them. Slightly sweeter than regular carrots.

  17. tarro root , love it , was such a staple for me when I was in Hawaii

  18. My favourite root vegetable is rutabaga

  19. Carrots are my favourite root vegetable.


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