Consumers, North America, Processing

The story and pride behind Lay’s potato chips

It's an American-made classic by an American inventor that has become a summertime staple for any barbecue table: Lay's potato chips. H.W. Lay was a traveling salesman during the Great Depression when he started peddling chips out of the back of his Model A in 1931. It was how he made a living across the Southeast, said Chris Quinn, senior vice[Read More...]

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