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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 →

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 →

McCoy’s

With a site subtitle of “Man Crisps,” I believe McCoy’s Crisps are a UK-based brand catering to men. Their website is worth a look. Rather than go directly into what brands are available and how to contact folks, you get… Continue Reading →

Cookouts and Chips: Labor Day Ideas

The next best thing to having a cookout on Labor Day is eating potato chips that emulate food you would’ve had at a cookout. Wait, there is something better: you could do both. Have the cookout, and serve potato chips that emulate… Continue Reading →

The Flavor Mill

The Flavor Mill potato chips are an exclusively “small-bag” retailer with distribution across the United States. Although the website offers limited details, I can confirm the brand is part of Herr foods. Flavor Mill is one of several names used to package… Continue Reading →

Utz

Utz potato chips are a prominent brand in the Northeast and Southeast. The parent company, Utz Quality Foods, owns several brands featured in the Chipography – including Dirty Chips, Bachman’s, and Zapp’s. Fans of Mad Men may recognize Utz as… Continue Reading →

Herr’s

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 →

Barrel O’ Fun

Barrel O’ Fun is a midwest-based potato chip purveyor. Nothing gets more Minnesotan than being the official chip for the Minnesota Twins. The ridged and plain chips are called thins and ripples. The company is a subsidiary of KLN Snacks…. Continue Reading →

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