Officially-licensed Razorback tortilla chips debut at local restaurants


FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — The Arkansas Razorbacks have a new officially-licensed product making its debut on restaurant tables across the state: tortilla chips.

According to a tweet from Will Roth, a senior account executive at Razorback Sports Properties, the Hog-shaped chips are made locally by Abuelita Maria in Springdale and currently served at restaurants throughout Arkansas.

The chips have already been spotted at at least four restaurants in Fayetteville: Mexico Viejo on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, El Matador on Wedington Avenue, La Huerta on College Avenue, and Mojitos on Joyce Blvd.

According to its website, Abuelita Maria, founded in 1994, provides tortilla products to restaurant chains, national distributors and local establishments.

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