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New York Chips learning new frontier of business

Since hitting shelves in January, New York Chips have been sprouting up in all sorts of locations. And Adam Marquart of Marquart Bros. LLC. said the chips soon will be popping up in more stores. New York Chips only sources potatoes from New York farms as a way to keep farmers employed year-round, rather than only relying on revenue from the harvest. Farmers can sell excess potatoes to Marquart and they will be turned into potato chips. The product itself is unique in that it is cooked with avocado oil, rather than vegetable, canola or other kinds of oil. When the product debuted, the response Marquart received was “wild.” More

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