Cape Cod Potato Chips celebrates its 40th anniversary with the opening of a new online store, limited edition 40th anniversary capsule collection
Cape Cod Potato Chips is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
The the brand was founded in 1980 after two brothers, Steve and Jude Bernard, wanted to create a healthier snack made with little processing.
Steve Bernard’s wife, Lynn, owned Ardklin Natural Foods in Harwich, where he started selling his chips. They quickly became a hit and over the past four decades the company has grown into a national brand, producing 1.1 million bags of chips per year at the Hyannis factory and sold in all 50 states.
In recent years, it’s not uncommon for 250,000 people to stop each year for self-guided tours, which Cape Cod Chips recently revamped with expanded space and larger windows that allow visitors to observe the process of cooking. manufacturing.
“As a brand that has remained in Cape Town since its inception, Cape Cod Potato Chips has been a mainstay of the community for 40 years,” the company said.
To celebrate this milestone, the company donated $ 40,000 to the food security efforts of the Cape & Islands United Way (CIUW) organization.
It is also launching the brand’s very first Cape Cod potato chips. online merchandise store, so that you can show your support for the company.
The store will feature a special, limited-edition capsule collection, “and exclusive branded products, specially designed for potato chip lovers around the world.”
The store will prepare you for the beach by selling t-shirts, a sweater, a beach tote and a beach towel.