Siete foods has done it again

If you haven't heard of Siete foods, then you better listen up or you will be missing out on some of the best snack foods that are currently on the market. 

Now keep in mind this article is being writen with the idea that I would consider myself someone who has a legit snacking problem.  I admit it I am addicted to snacks, as we all love something crunchy right?

Sometimes you just have to splurge on those snacks that not only satiate your cravings, but don't add all the nasty ingredients and saturated oils that will clog your arteries. So, here is the scoop that tostitos better learn from if they don't want to miss out on some serious snacking market share. I am here to share with you one of the best new snacking and crunchy foods that has been brought to the market in the last two years.  Rolling out the red carpet for Siete Foods as I write this testimonial and I know I am not the only one who feels this way.

Just about an hour ago I went to Wholefoods to pick up a few items with the hopes that I would find one of the new Siete foods products that came to market in the beginning of July. Low and behold I was perusing the aisles looking for the items I needed and I spotted an empty spot on the shelf in the dairy case. My eyes nearly bugged out and so did another shopper who saw my excitement, to think we won the cashew queso lottery was an understatement. We both grabbed one of the few bottles that were neatly stocked on the shelf. We both knew we had to have a bottle, knowing very well, it might be a bit spicy, which to my delight it is not spicy at all, a very light kick, just enough for someone like me or you, who cannot tolerate spice.

Siete foods is a family of you guessed it, 'seven' family members who like me had digestive issues. One of the family members was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and in 2016, Siete Foods was born. The Mexican-American family of seven, hails from South Texas and whilst trying to maintain a healthy diet. 

The family realized the staple of tortillas in South Texas and serves at Restaurants and establishment general made from corn and wheat weren't working for autoimmune illnesses and Siete foods came to fruitiion.Screen Shot 2018 07 31 at 10.35.09 PM

It all started with the first bag of paleo inspired chips, with the main ingredient being cassava root, which is typically sourced from Brazil.  If you are not familiar the paleolithic diet is generally known to be a grain free diet, free of legumes, wheat, corn, soy and dairy.  The paleo diet is a popular way of eating for many who have either autoimmune illnesses or sensitivities to certain ingredients.  Siete foods started off with just three flavors of paleo tortilla chips, that ditched the corn and wheat and only had non-gmo clean ingredients and this is where their brand took off. 

I discovered them at my local natural grocer and then recently was lucky to stop by their booth at Expo West in March, which had I not known, you would think they had been in business for many years, to be surprised they only just launched in 2016.

Todays article was inspired by the launch of their new flavors of chips and incredible new surprise of dairy free, 'cashew queso.'  Now if you are like me you know not being able to consume dairy can be frustrating at times when you really have a love for all things dairy. This queso cheese comes just in time to add to their addition of new cassave tortilla chip flavors along with their new hot sauces are found in the shelf stable section of the store.

After getting my hands on this amazing new 'spicy blanco,' queso I have already stopped at two other Wholefoods markets in the area and have yet to get my hands on another bottle of the new cashew queso, but when I do I know I will be delighted to share a jar with a friend, or two, maybe even three, or hey why not seven, or was it 'Siete?'