There is a product out by the name of Stacy’s Pita chips that is OU certified. The product description, both on the packaging and on the company’s website says: Stacy’s Pita Chips are made from all natural pita. They’re twice baked, for the perfect crunch, with delicious, all natural seasoning baked right in.
I was a bit concerned about this, since this poses a serious bracha issue. Bread that is rebaked may still retain the status of bread and require Hamotzie and Bircas Hamazon and, depending on the amount eaten, Netilas Yodayim.
I called the OU and they confirmed that their poskim hold that this product is Hamotzie. They do not put that information on the packaging, as they never do that, and besides, many companies will not allow the word “parve” either, kal vachomer the Hebrew bracha.
The OU mentioned that there are other poskim who held it may be mezonos.
Regardless, the average consumer is probably assuming that this is an uncontested mezonos product and should use the above information to present their own posek with the issue for a p’sak.