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1.0 out of 5 stars 25% chance of rancid chips - No Thanks, June 20, 2010
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I have eaten the varieties of these for years and appreciate the concept- organic, not over salted, good varieities, etc.

But more and more often, whether purchased here or in the store, in all varieties, the chips come with a sharp odor and flavor that to more suggests that rancid oil was used. Sometimes it is subtle, sometimes terrible, and I am sick of wondering if I am eating something that has gone bad- and rancid oils are really bad for you, which defeats the purpose of this product. I can return them to a store but not to Amazon. This is still a huge pain and not something that anyone should have to do. I had to throw out a whole case of sesame blues from Amazon, which is a bad deal at any price. I am done with your rancid products.
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Initial post: Aug 28, 2010 8:27:13 AM PDT
Try contacting Amazon. I've found that they will offer to replace or refund in full if there is a problem with a food product, and they don't expect you to ship it back. I had a case of nuts arrive with a couple of packages open, and they replaced the whole case. Another time we got a case of stale food and they refunded.
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