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SpudLove Snacks’ new chip line made with organic, non-GMO, gluten-free potatoes

SpudLove Snacks’ new potato chip line will be made from organic potatoes grown at Threemile Canyon Farms in Boardman, Ore., the Hermiston Herald reports.

The line of chips are 100% “USDA-certified organic, Non-GMO Project Verified and certified Gluten-Free,” according to a news release, and come in five varieties: Sea Salt, Barbecue, Sea Salt + Vinegar, Jalapeno and Cracked Pepper.

The snack company announced the launch of the chips with a commitment to donate potatoes to Farmers Ending Hunger every month. Farmers Ending Hunger is an Oregon nonprofit that started in Hermiston and collects fresh produce and other farm products for the Oregon Food Bank, which send the food on to local food pantries around the state.

“We’re honored to be the beneficiaries of this generous partnership that helps bring locally grown potatoes to families facing food insecurity throughout Oregon,” John Burt, executive director of Farmers Ending Hunger, said in a statement.

Full report in the Hermiston Herald here

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