Snyder of Berlin Original Potato Chips (20 oz.)
About this item
- Original potato chips
- Cooked in peanut oil
- Quality from their home to yours
- Packed in a foil fresh bag
Snyder® of Berlin Original Potato Chips is the same delicious, crispy flavorful potato chip customers have enjoyed for over 50 years.
What Makes Snyder of Berlin Original Potato Chips Unique?
Whether you love to munch on Snyder original potato chips, rippled or one of the many flavored options, Snyder of Berlin Potato Chips carry the distinctive "Flavor Enhanced with Peanut Oil" designation. While this particular cooking oil, like the special ingredients used in Snyder's flavored chips, costs more, it contributes to the unique taste that is Snyder of Berlin.
What are Some Fun Facts About Snyder of Berlin Original Potato Chips?
Snyder of Berlin has been committed to improving its methods to help the environment for decades—using recyclable boxes to ship and deliver the product and then reusing them several times before recycling them. Doing this reduces electric use with efficient LED lighting and reduces water consumption in the potato washing stage.
When you buy Snyder potato chips online, you're participating in the annual movement of 25 million potatoes or about 7 harvested acres a day. About 27 pounds of chips, including the original potato chips, are made from every 100 pounds of potatoes.
In one year, Snyder of Berlin uses approximately: 4 million lbs. of oil; 100,000 lbs. of salt; 1,000,000 lbs. of corn meal; 300,000 lbs. of popcorn; 300,000 lbs. of cheese; and 500,000 lbs. of seasonings.
About Snyder of Berlin
The founder, Edward Snyder I, started making his original recipe chips after the Civil War. He originally was a brick manufacturer. Upon tasting some potato chips at a hotel while traveling, he decided to go into the potato chip business, frying them up at home and selling them to neighbors. The family business grew into Snyder of Berlin in 1944, when a factory was built in Berlin that was practically a mirror image of the original in Hanover, Pennsylvania.