Albertsons Adds Flavor and Crunch to Service Deli

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Kettle Classics® Potato Chips Now Available

Orange County, California-based Classic Foods, makers of Kettle Classics®, a line of all-natural, gourmet, kettle-cooked potato chips, has expanded their distribution to include popular grocery franchise Albertsons; making Kettle Classics® widely available in major supermarkets across the Pacific Southwest. This expansion will allow Kettle Classics® to meet the growing demand of consumers.

“We’re thrilled that Albertsons has given us the opportunity to provide a greater availability of Kettle Classics® to our customers,” says Jeff Rynearson, VP of Sales of Classic Foods. “And we think Albertsons shoppers will enjoy the wonderful flavor experience Kettle Classics® has to offer them.”

Shoppers can now complement the wide array of freshly prepared sandwiches, soups and salads offered at Albertsons service deli department with a variety of Kettle Classics® flavors including: Natural, Cracked Pepper & Sea Salt, Mesquite Barbecue, Spicy Jalapeno and Sea Salt & Vinegar. Also, Baked Classics® potato crisps in Mesquite BBQ for those who want a healthier alternative.

These mouth-watering snacks are now offered in 267 Albertsons stores in the south west and retail for .99¢ a bag. The size of each bag, at a superb 1.75-oz, is the perfect portion for anyone looking to add a little zest to their meals without the fear of eating too much.

Classic Foods, Inc. is a family owned manufacturer of top quality branded snack foods, which is passionate about a healthy world for generations to come. Distributed throughout the United States and Canada, brands include Kettle Classics® Potato Chips, Stoned Classics® Organic Tortilla Chips, Baked Classics® Potato Crisps and California Classics™ School Snacks. Classic Foods products are available in traditional food-service outlets, institutional locations, and national food chains. For more information, visit

“All Natural Since 1923®”


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