Enjoy a tasty treat this summer from a company doing its part to give back to the environment. Kettle Foods Kettle Foods is an international manufacturer of potato chips and other snack foods based in Salem, Oregon, United States. As of 2006 they were the largest natural potato chip brand in the U.S. offers a variety of organic potato chips with a crunch that doesn't quit and flavors sure to satisfy even the most finicky fin·ick·y
adj. fin·ick·i·er, fin·ick·i·est
Insisting capriciously on getting just what one wants; difficult to please; fastidious: a finicky eater. of eaters. Using Russet rus·set
1. A moderate to strong brown.
2. A coarse reddish-brown to brown homespun cloth.
3. A winter apple with a rough reddish-brown skin.
4. A russet Burbank.
adj. potatoes grown from small organic farmers in the Pacific Northwest, these chips have a robust flavor and come in such varieties as Sweet Summer Herb, Chipotle chi·pot·le
A ripe jalapeño pepper that has been dried and smoked for use in cooking.
[American Spanish, from Nahuatl xipotli.]
Noun 1. Chile Barbecue, and Sea Salt and Black Pepper. Take note that the cooking oil used is recycled into biodiesel fuel, which powers company vehicles. Who knew eating potato chips would feel this good? CONTACT: Kettle Foods, (503) 364-0399, www.kettlefoods.com.