This Atlanta Father And His Daughters Launched A Black-Owned Potato Chip Brand
Symphony Chips could be coming to a store or local festival near you.
Atlanta-based entrepreneur Dondre Anderson and his daughters Amina and Amari didn't plan to launch their new potato chip brand Symphony Chips. But a marketing tactic to sell the family's original seasonings turned into a completely different business venture.
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Dondre began making his chips in an effort to build on his already successful family seasoning brand called All A's Spice. The "Symphony" spice is a beloved family recipe, and Dondre got the idea to fry up some chips to give customers an opportunity to taste the seasonings.
Dondre was selling All A's Spice in his local healthy food store Sevananda, and the potato chips caused his seasonings to sell out. The "Symphony" spice quickly became the secret to his in-demand chips.
Symphony Chips are gluten-free, MSG-free and all natural. Their company is one of the few black-owned potato chip producers in the world.
Symphony Chips are available online for wholesale and retail orders. All orders ship within 24 hours after placing the order. The chips will also be on sale at the House in the Park Music Festival in Grant Park in Atlanta on Sunday, Sept. 3. Dondre said he and his daughters also plan to take Symphony Chips on the road to sell at other festivals and events.
He told Black News, “Perhaps you will see Symphony Chips at your next sports viewing. But if you don’t, request it!”