Costco sells these garlic shrimp chips for $6.99. Scroll down for photos. I passed up these shrimp chips dozens of times before finally deciding to buy them. I think I partially expected them to disappear off the shelves when I first saw them. The fact they have been stocked for so long made me bite the bullet & try them out. Honestly, they are pretty good. I was taken back at first by the shrimp flavor, because I’m used to chips tasting a particular way. They don’t overpower you with the garlic or the shrimp, but they give you just enough to want more. They are a solid white color, very light in texture & they remind me a little bit of the veggie straws, but not quite as crunchy. These chips almost melt in your mouth after a few bites, so if you like them, they may go quickly. If you’re a shrimp lover I highly recommend them, otherwise you may not want to take the risk. Here is a little more information about these Costco Shrimp Chips……
- Brand: Sokusa
- Shrimp Garlic Chips, 16 ounces
- Made with Wild Shrimp
- 13.5% Shrimp
- Made with sustainable Palm Oil
- High in Fat (see Nutrition Facts)
Costco Sokusa Shrimp Chips
Like the bag says, these chips are super light. They are made with tapioca flour that gives them their light texture. I’m not sure if I would buy them again only because I would be the only one eating them. Not sure if I should eat a pound of shrimp chips myself (wife doesn’t like seafood). I wouldn’t pass them up if I saw them in a bowl though. If you want to check out other brands of shrimp chips, make sure to check out these on Amazon…..
Price: $6.99, Item Number: 1398257
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