Canadian made chips are made here with potatoes that are grown here in Canada. If you know of any other potato chips made in Canada please forward the information so I can add them to the site.
Canadian Made Chips
Carleton County, NB
It all starts here. All of the dark Russet potatoes we use are grown at the family farm just down the road from our factory. When the potatoes arrive at our plant they are washed and scrubbed before getting sliced and cooked. 55 pounds of potatoes are cut with 8 razor sharp blades in approximately 35 seconds and dumped into the kettle where they cook for just over 5 minutes to produce the optimal crispy texture in our chips made in Canada.
At Super-Pufft, we take pride in our assured quality oriented organization, Super-Pufft has taken that extra step in officially being recognized as a world-class manufacturer. At over 15,000 square meters (160000 square feet), Super-Pufft’s manufacturing facility offers you state-of-the-art capabilities.
In our state of the art facility we work very closely with local farmers to source only the best ingredients. We maintain true to our entrepreneurial roots, yet we have the ability to manage your project no matter what size. Our dedicated team will work with you to oversee your program and your vision. We are BRC certified, Kosher, offering Non-GMO, and Organic and nut free products.
We are a 100% homegrown, third generation family business from Quebec, specialized in the production and distribution of snack foods since 1959. It transforms and distributes more than 200 products under the following brand names: Yum Yum, Viva, State Line and Champion. Part of the Canadian made chips directory.
We’ve been growing potatoes in the Fraser Valley since 1920, and operate BC’s only Canadian made chips manufacturing plant. We use only the best and freshest ingredients. Why? Because great taste and clean living are what we’re all about. BC’s natural beauty combined with our focus on healthy eating habits inspired us to create zesty, crunchy, all-around great tasting chips that fit right in with active lifestyles.
Ray Woodey was a potato snacks veteran and has worked in the industry for many years. Instead of bringing these snacks from the factory to the store he decided to have the factory in the store for the freshest potato products possible.
Richmond Hill, ON
A perfect balance of sweet and savoury that can be used for chicken, beef or pork. Neal Brothers (Concord, ON) began in the spring of 1988 with the idea that they could offer food products such as Canadian made chips that were better than what was currently on the market. – Now 2016, appears they succeeded. The produce their salsa, mayonnaise, BBQ sauce, and pasta sauces in Canada. Part of the chips made in Canada directory.
Schneider’s Gourmet World initially marketed its products through home parties and direct sales. This relational style of sales grew out of Schneider’s emphasis for customer service and engagement. As customer needs have shifted with a changing economy, Schneider’s Gourmet World has continued to adapt. Rather than sell its product in big box stores, Schneider’s has sought partnerships with community-based grocery stores, gift shops, drug stores, and health food stores. Part of the chips made in Canada directory.
Not Canadian Owned But Made Here
The following Canadian favorites are not owned by Canadian companies but are manufactured in Canada for the Canadian market. Using Canadian potatoes and employing Canadians. I am including them so that you can make an informed decision. I am not including the ones that are not made here.
|Hickory Sticks are a remaining chip snack from Hostess that is made in Canada and owned by Lays. I can not however find exactly where they are made but will keep looking. If you know please advise.|
Lays Potato Chips
|Lay’s® chips made in Canada continue to be made with quality, homegrown Canadian potatoes. Simple, wholesome and real. After carefully washing, peeling and slicing the potatoes, we cook them until they are perfectly crispy, bringing out the wonderful potato taste that Canadians know and love. Owned by Pepsico which is an American company but made here.|