Symphony Potato Chips, a Black-owned family business based in Atlanta, continues to make major moves in the industry. The company owned by a father, Dondre Anderson, and his two daughters Amina and Amari, is already getting daily orders from all over the country. And just recently, they sold their 50,000th bag of chips.
The gluten-free chips, sold in individual quantities as well as wholesale orders, are made with potatoes, cottonseed oil, salt, and a special mix of onions, garlic, parsley and other ingredients to add flavor.
The Anderson family is getting all kinds of national attention for their business success. They will be making an appearance at the upcoming ESSENCE® Path to Power: Entrepreneurship and Business Conference in New Orleans, which will take place as part of the ESSENCE® Music Festival tomorrow and on July 7.
They are expected to be be interviewed by US Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) – an association of more than 100 self sustaining, viable Black Chambers across the country. Also, Amina and Amari will be address aspiring entrepreneurs at the YWCA on how they were able to become successful young black female entrepreneurs.
During each of their appearances, they will be telling their inspirational story and giving away free potato chips for people to sample.
For more details about Symphony Chips and/or to purchase the chips online, visit www.SymphonyChips.com or follow them on Instagram at www.instagram.com/symphonychips/