Tim’s Cascade Snacks

Tim’s Cascade Snacks are a noteworthy potato chip brand to come out of Washington state. Founded in 1986, Tim’s is now owned by Pinnacle Foods. Tim’s offers the following styles and flavors: Original (Cascade Style, kettle) Jalapeno¬†(Cascade Style) Sour Cream… Continue Reading →

Poore Brothers

Poore Brothers potato chips are a portfolio brand owned by Inventure Foods, a company that owns several brands in the Chipography. Based in Arizona (the cactus in the logo is a hint), the brand is a kettle-style chip similar to… Continue Reading →


Lay’s is the largest brand, by a sizable margin, in the United States. Originally called the H.W. Lay company, the company merged with Fritos in the mid-twentieth century. Perhaps every major national retail food chain, gas station or sundry store… Continue Reading →

Laura Scudder’s

Laura Scudder’s potato chips are one of the more tenured potato chip brands on the west coast. According to their website, the brand was the first to offer potato chips in a sealed wax paper bag (in 1926). Laura Scudder’s… Continue Reading →

Dirty Potato Chips

Dirty Potato Chips wins the prize for the least appealing name for an appealing snack. The “dirty” implies natural kettle cooked chips. Dirty chips are a subsidiary of Utz. The chips are available nationwide except for Alaska/Hawaii. They offer an… Continue Reading →

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