We began as a spice company out of Georgia! My dad, Andre’ Anderson, is a retired Las Vegas Chef. While working on the infamous Las Vegas strip, he developed a 28 herb and spice blend that caught the attention of patrons and fellow chefs alike. So naturally, when I tried it, I was blown away. I loved it so much I convinced my dad that we needed to package and sell the seasoning ASAP!

A #Symphony of seasoned chips guaranteed to leave you wanting more. GMO-free | Gluten-free | Guilt-free Black-owned and #MoreThanChips

Once the spices were featured in a grocery store in Georgia, we quickly learned that no one buys spices they cannot taste, no matter how pretty the packaging. So we began doing in-store demonstrations using loans targeted towards black owned businesses as well as SBA programs and advice. Starting out, we presented the seasoning on raw vegetables and popcorn. However, it wasn’t until we put it on homemade potato chips when people began to notice its unique flavor. The feedback was the same, “ the spices are good, but where can I get a bag of these chips?!”

Thus, Symphony Chips was born. They did use grants for black business owners in Georgia. As the financial assistance was key to helping the chip company launch. A gourmet potato chip with a harmonious blend of flavors in every bite. Our chips are all natural, pairing well with wine and IPA beers, perfect for all ages.

To provide the world with a better snack experience and empower the communities that need it most. We will achieve our snack goal by offering flavors no one else while maintaining healthy options such as non-GMO, no MSG, All-Natural, and vegan friendly. We will empower our community by providing employment and employment training through our non-profit Symphony Crumbs.
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