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Route 11 Potato Chip Factory

Mount Jackson, VA, USA
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Diggle wrote a review Nov 2020
7 contributions
Ordered chips online and the chips were brought immediately out to the car when we arrived. Great chips and great service! Will be back when the factory opens back up for tours!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Camping42 wrote a review Aug 2020
Silver Spring, Maryland47 contributions4 helpful votes
A MUST visit!! We couldn’t go into the factory because of corona BUT the staff was friendly and they served samples.,we couldn’t leave without taking a $10 mix bag!! Worth every penny! F UN flavors! We tried dill pickle, mama Zuma’s, lightly salted. They have pictures of the factory process and a staff member will answer questions and walk you through the process. Mama Zuma’s my favorite!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Stacy S wrote a review Aug 2020
Mount Joy, Pennsylvania5 contributions
We were here about 3 years ago and found these chips, so I knew when we planned this trip this would be a must do!! Unfortunately due to covid we couldn't go in, but I was able to order chips online and pick them up fresh from the factory.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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TJ M wrote a review Apr 2020
2 contributions1 helpful vote
To date the best tasting and quality chips I have ever had. Very clean factory and nice staff. Awesome variety of flavors
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Hokie67 wrote a review Feb 2020
Lexington, Virginia1,030 contributions370 helpful votes
My wife had never been here, so we stopped on our way to Lexington. We could smell the chips before we got there as they were 'frying' when we got there. A guide explained the process as we observed the the potatoes hitting the fryer, then went upstairs to observe the seasoning and packaging. Then the real fun began>>> ... sampling the products. There were about 12 flavors that were available... including some of the chips that we saw being made. There may be some chips that are as good, but there are none that are better. My favorites were the B-B-Q and Dill Pickle. My wife loved the Salt&Pepper and French Onion. Fresh high quality chips!!! They have a nice selection of souvenirs and, of course plenty of chips in all size bags and flavors.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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