Monday, November 24, 2014

Snyder of Berlin Highlights Beauty Of Its Hometown Perfect For The Holiday Season #Giveaway





Are you looking for a fun snack for the holidays? Be sure to check out Snyder of Berlin® chips, they have a great new look. Celebrate tailgating to holiday by creating fabulous appetizers, dips and spreads with Snyder of Berlin®, for any of your snacking pleasure and parties. Snyder of Berlin®  has five delicious flavors which include: Original, Original Bar-B-Q, Salt & Vinegar, Cheddar & Sour Cream, and Honey Bar-B-Q. The packaging for Snyder of Berlin® chips features a scenic photo and travel information related to unique locations throughout Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands.  
The best holiday memories include good food and great times with family and friends. You can create a fabulous appetizer with Snyder of Berlin® chips and different homemade dips, sure to please everyone at your tailgating and holiday parties. Snyder of Berlin®, a leading snack company which produces chips, cheese snacks, popcorn, and more, is revitalizing their packaging, starting with their new 2.75 ounce potato chip snack bags. 

The new packaging will be extended to its full line of snacks throughout 2015.  The packaging pays homage to Berlin, Pennsylvania with five flavors that each features a different landscape or location. Snyder of Berlin® is available in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia and Ohio and online at www.snyderofberlin.com.
The Barn photo seen front and center on each package reminds consumers of the barns seen doting the landscape throughout the Berlin, PA area.  Different flavors of Snyder of Berlin chips feature information panels of unique locations throughout Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands. The locations that are featured are: the Ohiopyle Falls, the Wolf Rocks in Linn Run State Park, the Great Allegheny Passage Bike Trail, the Somerset Historical Center and the Lower Humbert Covered Bridge. The unique locations featured on the flavors include:

  • Ohiopyle Falls, featured on Snyder of Berlin® Original Potato Chips, is 38 Miles from Snyder of Berlin. At the tiny town of Ohiopyle, the rushing river drops 20 feet over a wide sandstone ledge. During special events, Ohiopyle Falls is open to thrill-seeking kayakers. More information about Ohiopyle Falls is located on the back side of the Original Potato bag.

  • The Wolf Rocks, as seen on the Snyder of Berlin® Original Bar-B-Q Potato Chips, in Linn Run State Park is 27 miles from Snyder of Berlin. Wolf Rocks is just one of many sandstone outcrops above 2,500 ft. From many perches along the summit of Laurel Ridge, the skyline of Pittsburgh is visible-nearly 50 miles away. More information on the Wolf Rocks in Linn Run State Park is located on the back side of the Original BAR-B-Q bag.
  • The Great Allegheny Passage Bike Trail, shown on the Snyder of Berlin® Salt & Vinegar Potato Chips, is 15 miles from Snyder of Berlin. The GAP Trail connects Pittsburgh, PA and Cumberland, MD with a nearly-level 150 miles of biking and hiking trail throughout the Appalachian Mountains. Today, folks follow the route for fun and exercise. More information on the Great Allegheny Passage Bike Trail is located on the backside of the Salt & Vinegar bag.
  • The Somerset Historical Center, displayed on the Snyder of Berlin® Cheddar & Sour Cream Potato Chips, is 15 miles from Snyder of Berlin. The Somerset Historical Center is a 150-acre museum that preserves the history of rural life in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Many old artifacts and equipment used by farmers dating back to the 1700’s is located there. More information on the Somerset Historical Center is located on the side of the Cheddar & Sour Cream bag.
  • The Lower Humbert Bridge, exhibited on the Snyder of Berlin® Honey Bar-B-Q Potato Chips, is 27 miles from Snyder of Berlin. Pennsylvania has the most covered bridges remaining in the US including the Lower Humbert Bridge. The Lower Humbert Bridge was built in 1891 and crosses Laurel Hill Creek in Lower Turkeyfoot Township, Somerset County. More information on the Lower Humbert Bridge is located on the side of the Honey Bar-B-Q bag.
“With the introduction of the new packaging, consumers are not merely eating a snack; they can learn about and discover Pennsylvania’s sights while bringing Snyder of Berlin snacks along for the adventure,” says Jeff Leichleiter, Vice President and General Manager of Snyder of Berlin. 

If you are looking for a great snack for the holidays, why not pick up a bag or two of these new Snyder of Berlin® chips, you might just learn something interesting, and for sure you will get a great tasting chip.
The generous folks at Snyder of Berlin®  are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win some chips from Snyder of Berlin®. The pack would include a variety of Snyder of Berlin®  potato chips. Would you like to win? Please check out the Snyder of Berlin® website, take a look around then tell me what you learned from the site. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

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You can purchase the Snyder of Berlin® potato chips in a store near you, check out the store locator or you can also buy online 

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19 comments:

  1. I learned that Snyder of Berlin is made in Berlin, PA! 27 Pounds of Chips are used from 100 lbs of potatoes and Snyder of Berlin is the largest user of potatoes in Pennsylvania.

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  2. I learned that in the 1920's, The Snyder family started cooking kettle chips in their home kitchen on Centennial Avenue in Hanover, PA.

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  3. That they have a museum in The Somerset Historical Center is a 150-acre museum that preserves the history of rural life in Southwestern Pennsylvania. ArianaRose2@aol.com

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  4. I learned that The Lower Humbert Bridge is exhibited on the Snyder of Berlin Honey Bar-B-Q Potato Chips

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  5. I learned that in the 1940's Snyder worked with manufacturers in the development of the aluminum foil bag and automated packaging machines.

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  6. I learned that they make El Restaurante brand tortilla chips.

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  7. I learned February 9, 1947 Operations begin in Berlin with seven employees.

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  8. I love learning about the bridges, and that it's not that far from me!

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  9. I learned that they have a Snyder Snacker where you can earn points,enter contests and many other options

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  10. In February 9, 1947 Operations begin in Berlin with seven employees

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  11. I learned that they have a lot of flavors of potato chips.

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  12. I did learn that they have specialty chips, like Veggie Crisps Original and Garden Ranch.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  13. That they have flavors i have not tried., I love their BBQ flavor and now I see they have other flavors I would love to try.

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  14. I learned that Snyder of Berlin recycles by taking the scrap chips and snacks products that are picked out from inspection tables and recycling them by sending them to composting and digesting operations.

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  15. I learned that they were first to use returnable cartons for product distribution.

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  16. I learned that Snyder's chips have 0% cholesterol

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  17. i learned that Ohiopyle Falls is open to thrill-seeking kayakers.

    lmurley2014@yahoo.com

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  18. I learned the first potatoes brought to Snyder's were bagged in 100-pound burlap sacks and placed on boards nailed together on a conveyor! That's crazy!

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