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Atlanta family launches one of the world’s few black-owned potato chip companies

Dondre Anderson and his two daughters, Amina and Amari, love quality time, but most days, you’ll likely find them in the kitchen cooking up potato chips for their new black-owned business. 

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Anderson has been a successful entrepreneur for years. He launched All A's Spice seasonings back in 2010. When he began promoting the brand, he sprinkled the spice on his homemade potato chips, so potential buyers could taste it. 

Pretty soon, he had sold out of his products thanks to the chips and decided to create his own line with the help of his daughters. 

They call the gluten-free, MSG-free and all natural snack Symphony Chips, and their creation has made them one of the few black-owned potato chip producers in the world.

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Symphony Chips are available online for wholesale and retail orders. The family is also taking their creation on the road. Their first stop was Atlanta’s House in the Park Music Festival, with events across the country planned for later this year.

Want to learn more about the company? Take a look at the website here

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