One Potato Two Potato

One Potato Two Potato snacks are a “better for you” variant on the kettle chip, according to their website. Cooked in sunflower oil, the chip maker avoids some of the trans fats inherited through different cooking means. The snack brand… Continue Reading →

Outback Chip Company

The Outback Chip Company is the brainchild of Native Oz Cuisine, a natural foods brand in Australia. According to their website, the chips are sold in gas stations and offered on Virgin Australia flights. It’s not apparent you can find… Continue Reading →

How Do You Spell Barbecue Chips? An Analysis

After entering a lot of data to our Chipography, I started to notice some odd variations on barbecue, er, BBQ, er Bar-B-Q chips. Is there consistency in how chipmakers spell the word barbecue on their packaging? The short answer: not a lot. What follows is… Continue Reading →


Jays potato chips are a staple of Chicagoland since the 1920s. Originally called Japp’s, the brand changed its name during World War II. Now owned by Snyder Lance, a Pennsylvania-based company, the brand maintains a presence in the midwest. The… Continue Reading →


Herr’s potato chips are one of the Pennsylvania-based brands with an interstate distribution channel and perhaps one of the widest assortments of chip flavors. The Herr’s website includes information on both factory tours and an online store. You can purchase Herr’s chips in the… Continue Reading →

Art’s and Mary’s

Art’s and Mary’s is a Kansas-based chip brand focusing on kettle chips. Flavors available online: Salt ‘N’ Vinegar Garlic Parmesan Hot ‘N’ Zesty Jalapeño Mesquite BBQ No Salt Salt ‘N’ Crack’d Pepper Original  

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