We're proud of our tortilla chips and we hope you'll agree.
It may seem trivial but I've seen similar remarks on other products and it just doesn't feel like a valid sentence because I can't determine what they hope I'll agree with them about.
I don't think I'm just missing out on the context as this sentence is preceded by nothing and is only followed by one more:
Remember, your satisfaction is always guaranteed with [our] brand products.
Am I supposed to share their pride?
Am I supposed to be agreeing that they are proud of their product? If so, is there really a difference between their statement and an example of me saying, "I like pizza and I hope you will agree."
Does anyone know if there is any sort of common characterization of this type of flaw?