Thanksgiving giveaway: Jackson's Honest joins four other Colorado-based brands

Thanksgiving Giveaway with Jackson's Honest

Jackson's Honest has joined forces with four other Colorado-based brands to bring you a healthy and happy Thanksgiving. Enter this Colorado Proud giveaway to win an amazing selection of prizes — worth more than $300 — from Alpendough (Durango), Bhakti (Boulder), Hope Foods (Boulder), JJ's Sweets Cocomels (Boulder) and, of course, The Original Coconut Oil Chip® (Crested Butte).


1) Follow each brand on Instagram: @alpendough, @bhaktifans, @hopefoods, @jjscocomels and @jacksonshonest.

2) Follow the instructions on our giveaway post Monday on Instagram.

3) Fill out the Rafflecopter form below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Contest ends Friday, Nov. 18 at 10 p.m. Mountain time. One lucky winner will receive:

• ALPENDOUGH: chocolate chip, snickerdoodle and double chocolate vegan cookie dough flavors

• BHAKTI: vouchers for iced chai, concentrate or sparkling teas

• HOPE FOODS: $150 worth of vegan, organic hummus

• JJ’S COCOMELS: four pouches of coconut milk caramels

• JACKSON’S HONEST: three bags of The Original Coconut Oil Chip®

Good luck!

Jackson's Honest unveils Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potato Chips

Jackson's Honest Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potato Chips

Just in time for autumn, we introduced this week our first-ever sweet/treat chip: Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potato Chips.

Paired with organic maple syrup, cinnamon's warmth accentuates the best qualities of our Non-GMO Project Verified sweet potatoes, creating something ambrosial. Add organic coconut oil, and you have an entirely new type of snack chock full of anthocyanins, beta-carotene and lauric acid. This is one of the ways we are committed to using ingredients and methods that are honestly, deliciously better.

Like all of our coconut oil chips, these are cooked low and slow in small batches. Consider pairing them with a sweet whipped cream. Sprinkle on your favorite vanilla ice cream for a bit of crunch and depth. Dunk them in milk for a majestic breakfast. Or enjoy simply on their own straight from the sack.

As of today, the First Day of Autumn, our Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potato Chips are available at They are also this week starting to hit the shelves of Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage; the first-ever shelf sighting came at Natural Grocers East Denver (see below).

We hope you enjoy these Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potato Chips as much as we did creating them. Happy healthy snacking.

Jackson's Honest unveils Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potato Chips

Jackson's Honest makes cameo in Colorado Proud TV ad on CBS

The first of August was one for the books. It was Colorado's 140th birthday (Colorado Day!), and a good part of the Jackson's Honest team with family saluted the Centennial State with the classic hike between Aspen and our hometown and HQ in Crested Butte.

The scenery and company did not disappoint. And refueling mid-hike with our latest variety of coconut oil potato chips — Rippled Red Heirloom, new this summer — was both a simple and sublime pleasure.

Also on Aug. 1, the Colorado Proud program released its series of television ads that recognize this August as Colorado Proud Month, as proclaimed by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. This state program promotes food and agricultural products grown, raised or processed in Colorado. It also helps some 2,000-plus companies in the state market their food and agricultural products.

The Colorado Proud TV ads will be running on CBS affiliates across Colorado, including Denver, Grand Junction and Colorado Springs/Pueblo. We are outright thrilled to share a 30-second spot with Fields To Plate Produce of Hesperus and Honeyville of Durango.

Jackson's Honest hikes between Aspen and Crested Butte

Jackson's Honest hikes between Aspen and Crested Butte

About Jackson’s Honest

Jackson's Honest offers 10-plus varieties of organic and Non-GMO Project Verified potato and tortilla chips, each cooked “low and slow” in organic coconut oil for the utmost in flavor and nutrition. Jackson’s Honest got its start in 2012 in Crested Butte, Colo., where founder and CEO Megan Reamer and her husband first started frying chips in their kitchen as a way to incorporate ancestral fats into the diet of their four children, one of whom is stricken with an inflammatory autoimmune disease.