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Saratoga Chips In The News

As seen on Elko Daily Free Press Website…   Professor Hanington’s Speaking of Science: Kettle cooked “Soon everyone who visited Saratoga Springs was walking around crunching the crisp circlets right out of the box as though they were candy or peanuts. George Crum, the angry chef, eventually […]

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Celebrate American Spirit with Old Glories Kettle Chips

Show your American Spirit with our Old Glories Kettle Chips made of Red, White and Blue potatoes. A key element that makes this product special and stand out in the crowd of kettle cooked potato chips is the use of Adirondack “All Red” and Adirondack “All Blue” […]

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Find Saratoga Chips at Taste of Cincinnati this Weekend!

Come enjoy some Saratoga Chips at Taste of Cincinnati this weekend. You can find our chips at Revolution Rotisserie (Booth #130). Our chips pair great with the Lightning Fried Chicken Sliders!   We look forward to seeing you there!  

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Saratoga Chips Celebrates “Saratoga Chip Day” on August 24th

August 24th, 2015 SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK Saratoga Chips Celebrates “Saratoga Chip Day” on August 24th Saratoga Chips, America’s First Kettle Chip ™, will be celebrating their second anniversary of the State of New York and City of Saratoga Springs proclamations citing August 24th as Saratoga Chip […]

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“First Potato Chip” Back in Stores – Food Channel

Complete article here: By Cari Martens This undoubtedly falls in the category of retro products making a comeback. The brand of chips credited as the first potato chip ever invented, Moon Brand Original Saratoga Chips, is back on store shelves. Back in 1853, George Crum took […]

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Who Invented The Potato Chip?

Taken from According to the Snack Food Association, the potato chip was born a generation after the French fry, on August 24, 1853 in another elegant dining room: this one, at the fashionable Moon Lake Lodge in Saratoga, New York. A testy older diner, Commodore Cornelius […]

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