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Introducing Symphony Chips, One of the Few Black-Owned Potato Chips Company

Dondre Anderson has been an entrepreneur for a few years now. Years ago, he was selling his All A’s Spice seasonings in local stores. Anderson would start sprinkling the family secret spice on some chips and the feedback was tremendous. It would lead to Anderson launching the chips company with his two young daughters. They began featuring the chips in 2016 at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, thus the name Symphony Chips.

According to the website: Symphony Chips are enjoyed by snack lovers of all ages who wish to entertain their taste buds with a gourmet potato chip that is bold and savory. Our chips are full of all-natural ingredients that are both delightful and memorable, and your enjoyment is tops on our list.

Symphony Chips are not only made from natural ingredients, they are also MSG free and gluten free.

Symphony Chips are available for wholesale and retail order on the company’s website. All orders are shipped within 24 hours.

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