Father And Daughters Founded Unique Black-Owned Potato Chip Brand Selling Over 50,000 Bags

Posted On : 07/02/2018

Do you feel like a snack? Good why not try Symphony Potato Chips?

The Black-owned brand is booming and they just recently sold their 50,000th bag of chips!

The company is owned by father, Dondre Anderson, and his two daughters Amina and Amari.

The entrepreneurs regularly get daily orders from all over the country.

The Chips Are Healthy

Baltimore Times

Guilt Free

The great thing about Symphony Chips is that their guilt free. The chips are gluten-free chips, made with the finest potatoes, cottonseed oil and salt. 

A mix of onions, garlic, parsley and other secret ingredients bring out the delicious flavor.

The Family Are Going On Tour

The Anderson family are truly an inspiration. 

They will be making an appearance at the upcoming ESSENCE® Path to Power: Entrepreneurship and Business Conference in New Orleans. 

Meanwhile Dondre’s daughters, Amina and Amari, will be addressing budding entrepreneurs at the Young Women’s Christian Association convention. 

They will be speaking on their astonishing rise in the chip industry and giving away free samples.

For more details about Symphony Chip visit www.SymphonyChips.com or follow them on Instagram at www.instagram.com/symphonychips/

Share It!

Let Your Friends Know!