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Boulder Canyon's new Coconut Oil Mesquite Barbeque Chips join the company's existing line of potato chips kettle-cooked in coconut oil, including Pineapple Habanero and Sea Salt varieties.
If you grew up in the '90s then the only potato chips you ate that time were the classic ones from Jack 'n Jill and Vcut.
Recently, two reputable food establishments joined the small scale potato chips production industry, hoping to add innovation and dynamism to the sector.
On the directives of Assistant Political Agent Shahid Ali Khan, tehsildars and personnel of Levies Force raided shops in Parachinar and adjoining areas, selling sub-standard foods and locally made potato chips and arrested over dozen of shopkeepers.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global potato chips market to grow at a CAGR of 4.
A Potato Industry Employee's Perspective: Water Footprint of Potato Chips
Offers a "deep dive" into demographic and regional nuances in flavor preferences for potato chips.
In a draft memorandum, domestic potato chips manufacturers are requesting for the reduction in tariff rate on imported chipping potatoes from 40 percent to zero.
IMARC's latest study "Potato Chips Manufacturing Plant Project Report: Industry Trends, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Cost and Revenue" provides a techno-commercial roadmap for setting up a potato chips manufacturing plant.
If you add Brad's Raw Leafy Kale chips to the comparison, they would win for being the lowest in calories--they contain 30 to 50 fewer calories than traditional potato chips per serving, depending on the flavor.
The expansion of new flavors has also seen Pinnacle Foods Group add a cracked black pepper and sea salt flavor to its line of Hawaiian Kettle Style potato chips.
201 students in the third through sixth grade were given either a plate of potato chips, a plate of vegetables, a plate of cheese, or a plate of vegetables and cheese while watching some of their favorite afterschool cartoons.