These Grain-Free Tortilla Chips Have Costco Shoppers Divided

Costco is expanding their gluten-free offerings with a product sure to excite the snack lovers out there: Siete Food's grain-free tortilla chips. These completely vegan and gluten-free chips are made with cassava and coconut flour, and seasoned with simple sea salt and 100% avocado oil, the Siete Foods website notes.

Many shoppers were excited to see more dairy, gluten, and grain-free options on the shelves. Quite a few followers were pleased with their purchase, taking to social media to rave about the product. The Instagram account @costco_doesitagain posted a positive review of the chips, telling their followers: "@sietefoods delicious grain free tortilla chips are NOW available at MOST Costco locations!! So grab a bag (or 2) on your next Costco run!!" Many of the account's followers took this advice, and were pleased with their decision. Commenter @victoriavowens raved about the chips, saying "They are the best! We went gluten-free in our house and a staple now! Their nut queso and Tortillas are awesome as well." "These are delicious!!! Just add the street corn dip," commenter @robynzski agreed.

Some Costco shoppers were disappointed by these grain-free chips

However, not everyone agreed that these chips were a success. While some were quick to sing their praises of the gluten-free snack, others expressed their disappointment in the product online. One dissatisfied shopper commented on @costco_doesitagain's post, saying "I had low expectations and these failed to live up to them. Only a faint flavor outside of the salt note." Another follower simply said "I gave them a try, and they weren't for me," while @my_pal_snoopy recommended trying the brand's "dip chips," which they claimed were thicker and better tasting.

It seems these grain-free tortilla chips are a hit or miss. Costco fans just couldn't come to a consensus on the new product, so if you are an adventurous eater following a gluten-free diet, you might want to give this snack a try for yourself. However, if you don't want to risk disappointment, you might just want to stick with some other tried and true gluten-free options.