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My Dad’s Chips Secures Major Distribution Deal That Expands Its US Reach

May 1, 2023: 12:00 AM EST
My Dad’s Chips, a Maryland-based potato chip company, has secured a major distribution deal with Rainforest Distributors that will expand its reach across the US. The deal will bring the chips to locations from New Jersey to Virginia and eventually Whole Foods Market stores. My Dad’s Chips are made using a proprietary oil blend that the company claims allows it to use 22 percent less salt than competitors. The chips are already sold in around 65 retail locations, 24 office building cafeterias and 200 vending machines, and the company has a private label contract with a sandwich shop in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. 
Jeff Clabaugh, "Maryland-based potato chip brand My Dad’s Chips gets big distribution deal", WTOP, May 01, 2023, © WTOP
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