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Family Launches One of the Only Black-Owned Potato Chip Companies in the World

Dondre Anderson, along with his two daughters, launch Symphony Chips

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Dondre Anderson has been a business owner for years. Back in 2010, the successful entrepreneur, along with his two daughters, Amina and Amari, launched All A’s Spice seasonings.

When Anderson initially began to promote the brand, he sprinkled his seasoning onto some of his homemade potato chips, so that potential customers could try it out. Before long, he was completely sold out of his products – thanks to the potato chips! It was then that he decided to create his own line of potato chips.

The line is called Symphony Chips, and their products are all gluten-free, natural, and MSG-free. Symphony Chips is one of the very few black-owned potato chip producers not only in the country, but in the world.

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Their snacks are available online for both retail and wholesale orders at www.symphonychips.com. The Andersons also plan to take their business on the road – they’ve recently traveled to Atlanta’s House in the Park Music Festival, and they have several other events planned across the country for the rest of the year.

The company’s website states, “The premium blend of seasonings that we use have been mainstays in our kitchen for years. Adapting the blend to complement what was otherwise a pretty simple potato chip batch turned out to be a hit among our family and friends. Now, we’re able to share our unique brand of potato chips with you, too.

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