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About Frito-Lay History
It all started back in 1932 when Mr. Dooline entered a small cafe in San Antonio and purchased a bag of corn chips.
After discussion, Mr. Doolin found out that the chip company was eager to sell his chip business, so Mr. Doonline purchased the business and recipe and began Fritos of sale from his Model t ford.
Meanwhile, Mr. Herman Lay began his potato chip business in Nashville, delivering snacks, and bought his manufacturer out.
The Two eventually joined together. Hence Frito Lay was born, and Lay’s potato chips are still America’s favourite potato chips today. Frito Lay brands make up 59% of the USA snack chip industry.
Potato Chips History
A potato chip is a thin potato slice fried or baked until crunchy. These Potato chips are usually served as a side dish, an appetizer or a snack. The regular chips are cooked and salted; new varieties are made using different ingredients such as spices, seasonings, cheeses, herbs, and artificial additives. Potato chips are a significant element of the snack food market in Europe, America, and other parts of the world. In 2005, the world potato chip market made total revenues of US$16.49 billion.
The first potato chip recipe was developed in Saratoga Springs, New York. In the 19th century, George Crum, an American cook at Moon’s Lake House, came up with this recipe to appease an unhappy customer. George sliced the potatoes razor-thin, fried them until crisp, and seasoned them with salt.