Whether you're playing poker with friends, watching a movie with a loved one, or looking for a delicious snack to fill your hunger, a bag of potato chips can fill the bill. Potato chips have come a long way and nowadays the savory snack comes in every size and flavor imaginable but did you know one of the world's oldest potato chip brands was founded in Massachusetts?

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Massachusets is Home to the Second Oldest Potato Chip Brand in the World

According to Oldest.org Tri-Sum Potato Chips is a New England staple, founded in Leominster, Massachusetts as the aptly named, Leominster Potato Chip Company in 1908. J.P. Duchesneau was hand-cooking potato chips and delivering them to homes by carriage at this time, an idea that took root as an establishment that has endured for over a century. Now known as Tri-Sum Potato Chips the site notes that the company remains a 4-generation institution of this famous family, who continues to produce fan-favorite chips.

Where Can I Purchase Tri-Sum Potato Chips? Are The Chips Still Available in Massachusetts? 

Tri-Sum Potato Chips is available in many flavors including original, sour cream & onion, barbecue, and more. You can purchase these chips at Market Basket Supermarkets which has locations in Massachusetts including Leominster, Maynard, Waltham, and more. You can find a store near you by going to the supermarket's store locator. You can also easily purchase Tri-Sum Potato Chips on the brand's website. The site also offers fun tote bags and multipurpose clips for sale.

So, if you are looking for a new potato chip why not try the world's second oldest potato chip brand? Go ahead and try some of these Tri-Sum chips. You'll be eating a piece of history. You can check out the other oldest potato chip brands in the world by going here.

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