The ever popular blend of a tangy pure vinegar and raw all natural salt complement each other perfectly and give your taste buds a real punch.
In 1910, Martin's Polish grandfather started growing potatoes on Long Island‰۪s North Fork. By the time Martin along with his wife, Carol, began tending to the 170-acre farm in the 1970‰۪s, times were tough. Small North Fork farms had to compete with much larger corporations growing potato out West. They were afraid they‰۪d have to give up generations of potato farming to history.
So with the odds against them, they got creative and came up with a hearty new chip, kettle cooked in nothing but real sunflower oil. They‰۪re one of just a handful of potato farmers left who make their own chips. Because their potatoes come right from their own field and barn, they‰۪re fresher. Plus, the North Fork's abundant sun, ocean precipitation, and great soil make for great flavor. They never add any preservatives. Ever. They‰۪re all natural, Kosher, and even ‰ÛÏgreen‰ since they started using more environmental methods of farming.
What could have been the end of an era for three generations of family farming became the beginning of a tasty new chapter.