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funny-frisch

funny-frisch potato chips are a prominent brand in Germany, with one of the world’s most expansive flavor collections. Nothing funny about that. Part of the European snack food conglomerate Intersnack, funny-frisch offers several snacks under its green-and-red shield. Surprisingly this… Continue Reading →

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 →

PCWT ’15 England and France, Part 2 – On the Run in England

Welcome to the second part of Potato Chip World Tour 2015 – England and France. Check out part 1 here. Excluding grocery stores, there’s no place where you’re more likely to find potato chips than a gas station. That’s the… Continue Reading →

Covered Bridge

Covered Bridge potato chips are a New Brunswick-based firm that is part of a larger potato farming enterprise. Covered Bridge got its name from its location in Hartland, New Brunswick. The town is home to Canada’s longest covered bridge, which… 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 →

Tyrrell’s English Crisps

Tyrrell’s English Crisps (known as Chips in the US) are a British manufacturer that has recently developed a presence stateside. The UK version of their website is discernibly British, with cheeky humor and slang. Tyrrell’s packaging is also noteworthy given the large… Continue Reading →

Zapp’s

Zapp’s potato chips are the only Louisiana-based entry in the Chipography. Based in Gramercy, Zapp’s is a subsidiary of Utz snacks. Unlike Utz, one can find Zapp’s outside of the east and southeast. For example, the brand is one of… Continue Reading →

Vitner’s

Vitner’s potato chips are a Chicago-based brand focusing on lighter non-kettle chips. If you can’t find Vitner’s, their website includes a PDF you can print out and present to a store manager. Their mascot, Vinnie Vitner, is a shades-and-bandana-wearing, trumpet-playing,… Continue Reading →

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