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Ballreich’s introduces new slogan: “Better Than Ever From Tiffin, Ohio”




TIFFIN, OH — Ballreich’s Snack Food Company in Tiffin has released its new slogan on social media, with some wholeheartedly agreeing with the statement while others are left confused by it: “Better Than Ever From Tiffin, Ohio.”

Ballreich’s Bros. is a locally owned company founded in 1920 in Tiffin, Ohio – which has since been bought out by Ballreich Snack Food Company, a group of local investors. “We strive to make the highest quality potato chips and snacks paired with maintaining exemplary customer service. We also focus on giving back to our community, employees, consumers and the environment,” the company said in a statement.

Operations will continue uninterrupted at the plant, 186 Ohio Ave., and the group will retain the 55 dedicated team members currently employed. The Investor Group has plans for future expansion and will look to expand their markets.

The Ballreich Family has owned and operated the business since 1920 and the current owners, Brian (grandson of one of the original founders) and Linda Reis, have managed and grown the company since 2006: “We have accomplished some really good things over the last 13 years in terms of growing our markets, earning SQF (food safety) certification and supporting numerous community events and organizations. As with all companies, we are now at a point in time to take the company to the next level and Linda and I are happy to have connected with the investors and team from Ballreich Snack Food Company.”

“So many people have enjoyed Ballreich’s potato chips over the years and they have become part of the fabric of what makes Northwest Ohio such a great place to live, work and play. We are very excited and feel blessed to have the opportunity to continue to build on the Ballreich tradition and hope to set the company up to thrive for the next 100 years,” shared Steve Dandurand, CEO/President of Ballreich Snack Food Company.

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