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Local favorite Ballreich’s introduces new potato chip flavor




TIFFIN, OH — Local snack manufacturer, Ballreich’s, has introduced a new variety to their popular (and some say “unique”) marcelled potato chip lineup.

“Ghost Pepper Jack” chips will be hitting the stores very soon. Some stores, such as Granny B’s Company Store (the “gift shop” at Ballreich’s), are already carrying the new variety.

The Ghost Pepper Jack flavor will be an addition to the “spicy” chip product line, which already includes the popular Hot ‘N Sassy flavor.

Do you think you’ll try these new chips? Let us know in the comments.

About Ballreich’s:

Ballreich’s Potato Chips has always been a family-owned company who has dedicated itself to a lifelong goal of providing the highest quality of snack foods.  We sense our moral obligation to safeguard each other, our customers, and environment by aspiring to operate a safe, injury free, and healthy work place.

Our primary concern is that the snacks we produce are to the very highest standards using quality products and ingredients.  To ensure these highest standards, we have developed a common set of behaviors and practices that will be conducted at our processing plant.  These behaviors are based on sound science, regulatory requirements and industry best practices.

Being a family-owned company, we also recognize the value of each employee and the importance of how their individual skills contribute to the success and sustainability of our business.  We strive to foster an environment of pride, quality, and fulfillment by engaging our employees in the business decisions, innovation, and open dialogue involving Ballreich’s.

Ballreich’s has been producing fine snacks for over 96 years and will continue to pass down the traditions of quality and excellence throughout the future.  Our commitment to our customers is unwavering and we always strive to make our great snacks make even greater memories.

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