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Brother Kane

Brother Kane is a Georgia-based brand that specializes in potato chips for vending machines. According to their website, the brand has a family farm and harvests their own potatoes. They appear to have a following down South. Beware: a Google… Continue Reading →

Archer Farms

Archer Farms is one of the many house brands of Target, the large discount store chain. Along with Mossimo, Room Essentials, and Circco, Archer Farms is sold exclusively at Target. The house chips have similar flavor and cut offerings to… Continue Reading →

Snyder of Berlin

Snyder of Berlin is a longstanding chip brand from Pennsylvania. The company is currently owned by Pinnacle Foods – known for owning other brands like Vlasic pickles, Duncan Hines baked goods, and another potato chip brand, Husman’s. Snyder of Berlin… Continue Reading →

Larry the Cable Guy Tater Chips

Not since Jimmy Barrett plugged Utz potato chips fictitiously has a comedian made such a plunge as Daniel L. Whitney and his branded Larry the Cable Guy tater chips. The Blue Collar Comedy veteran partnered with KLN to have his own… Continue Reading →

Blair’s Death Rain

Blair’s Death Rain chips are an arrow in the scoville-torching quiver that is Blair’s Sauces and Snacks. Leveraging the flavors of their hot sauces, Blair’s chips run the gamut from medium to incredibly hot. In what level of hotness does Blair’s… Continue Reading →

J Higgs

J Higgs potato chips are the house brand of Save-a-Lot, a national chain of discount grocery stores. According to an article in Supermarket News, the chips were named after the chain’s Chief Financial Officer, Joe Higgs. This is customary for… Continue Reading →

Ruffles

Ruffles potato chips are one of the flagship brands under the Frito Lay snack umbrella. Known for their r-r-ridges, the rights to sell Ruffles were purchased by the Frito Lay company in the late 1950s. The brand merged with Lay in… Continue Reading →

Troyer Farms

Troyer Farms potato chips are a brand in the portfolio of Troyer Farms. The company owns several former potato chip brands, including Seyfert’s and Dan-Dee. Troyer owns several thousand acres of farmland, on which it grows the potatoes for its… Continue Reading →

Krunchers

Krunchers are a very crunchy kettle-style chip. Originally owned by Borden foods, ownership transferred to Jay’s foods, which was bought out by Snyder’s of Hanover in the early 2000s. The chips are prominent in the midwest. Krunchers are available in… Continue Reading →

Kettle Brand Chips

Kettle Brand chips make kettle chips, surprisingly. In what could be considered an upstart in the potato chip world, the Kettle brand started in 1982. They have considerable penetration across the US, and offer a broad variety of potato chip… Continue Reading →

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