Nick’s potato chips is a Detroit-based endeavor founded in 2010, with distribution in Atlanta, Minnesota, and Detroit. The “lifestyle” brand offers a variety of salty snacks, among them a pretty robust flavor set of potato chips. The chips can be… Continue Reading →

Vintage Maine Kitchen

From the land of duck boots and abundant lobster comes Maine Vintage Kitchen potato chips, a relatively new, small batch chip producer. The Freeport-based company was the brainchild of culinary graduate Kelly Brodeur. According to their website, she sought a… Continue Reading →

The Snack Artist

The Snack Artist potato chips are a house brand of Safeway, a chain of American grocery stores. After its purchase of Safeway in 2014, the chips can now be found in some Albertson’s brand stores such as Jewel-Osco (which has… 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 →

Saratoga Chips

Saratoga Chips are a New York-based chip manufacturer with a distinct claim to potato chip history. Story goes that potato chips were invented in Saratoga New York. George Crum, a chef at Moon’s lake house restaurant, invented the “Saratoga chip” accidentally,… Continue Reading →


Bickel’s potato chips are one of several salty snack offerings from Bickel’s snack foods (formerly known as Hanover Foods). The Bickel’s brand has been available in Pennsylvania since the mid-1950s. The “picky people pick Bickel’s” tagline has to be one… Continue Reading →

Kay and Ray’s

Kay and Ray’s potato chips are manufactured by Gibble’s foods. A Pennsylvania staple, Kay and Ray’s are lard-cooked chips that are sold in large brown foil bags. After a brief interruption, Kay and Ray’s, along with other Gibble’s chips, were… Continue Reading →

Mrs. Fisher’s

Mrs. Fisher’s Potato Chips are a longstanding Illinois-based producer with a presence in Illinois and Wisconsin. In business since 1932, Mrs. Fisher’s chips has had four different owners over its 80+ year existence, according to its website. Of particular note… Continue Reading →

Hardbite Chips

Hardbite Chips are a British Columbia-based brand focused on all natural and sustainably produced kettle chips. The company has been around since about 2002. Its potatoes come from the only processing plant in British Columbia. And like every good Canadian… Continue Reading →

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