Do you sometimes pick vegetable crisps believing that you're opting for a 'healthy' snack? Regular potato crisps may have more fat than vegetable crisps, but they actually have less sodium and carbs.
Consumers may think they're eating courgette crisps, for example, but in reality it's a combination of starchy vegetables, salt, oil, potatoes and potato starch. So are vegetable crisps actually healthier? It's looking like a no. Find out in the video above.
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