AUSTRIA: Fat-free crisps developed using revolutionary techniques
Peter Schwarzhans, an organic farmer-turned-physicist, claims to have found the holy grail of snack foods: the fat-free crisp (chip). Schwarzhans' product uses not potatoes, but the tubers of a North American sunflower (Helianthus tuberosus). They are made into crisps using a heated air treatment, which produces crisps that can stay fresh and crispy for weeks.
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