I don't see any omega3/6 info on the link. Neither do I see ingredient listings to allow us to guess those. Besides, I am not looking for a low level of saturated fat. Standard paleo attitude is that saturated fat is probably better for you than most other kinds of fat.
The prob with chips is that not only is unhealthy rancid oil used (as others have stated), and not only does it boost insulin levels with its carbiness, but also it has minimal if any nutrient value. Plus they are addictive for many people so you end up eating a lot of them, calories which take the place of healthier foods. They are basically empty calories taking up space in your diet, spiking your blood sugar and adding poisons to your diet.
I don't think a few chips are likely to be serious threat to most consumers, but a few chips typically lead to a lot of chips. My very trim young female coworker got in the habit of eating chips at work. Over the months, she was eating them every day. She began to experiment with different tasty varieties, different spices, cheetos, etc. She ate less lunch cuz she wasn't hungry. After a while, she was sometimes not even hungry for dinner cuz she was snacking on chips and cookies all day. A number of us who are trying to eat healthy including another paleo eater, occasionally nagged her to lower the intake. She said she tried to stop eating them but she got cravings for them and went back to them. Then she switched to cookies thinking they were healthier. I had to assure her they were just as bad if not worse. Her mother has really bad diabetes but she thinks she will be fine because she is not fat (yet). She assured me she will quit if she starts to get fat. Of course, by then she may be really far along on the way to illness.
IN fact another coworker who is very trim and thin happens to have raging diabetes with unstable and unpredictable swings of high and low blood sugars. She is so bad that several times, she has passed out from hypoglycemia. One time, she fell and knocked out several front teeth. ANother time, she fell and broke her arm. Both of these incidents happened within one year. This same woman snacks all day on 'low sugar' cookies and chips made with tons of flour and fructose because she thinks they are healthy for her diabetes.
These two may be extreme examples, but I think things like that happen to a lot of people. If everyone just ate a few unhealthy things once in a while, then I don't think it would be a big problem, but most people eat a lot of crap, not just a little, and over time, the negative effects on health really build up. -Eva