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A father from Georgia and his two daughters are making headlines over their wonderful story about family, business, and economic independence in the food service industry.
According to BlackNews.com, Dondre Anderson, and his two young daughters, Amina and Amari are the proud owners of newly minted potato chip brand called Symphony Chips. The online media source recently profiled Anderson and his two daughters on its website last Tuesday (August 23rd).
The products made by Symphony Chips do not contain gluten or MSG. Anderson and his daughters are one of the very few black owners of a potato chip brand in the world, BlackNews.com reports. Anderson started the company with his daughters after selling his family’s food seasoning brand called All A’s Spices.
The flavoring used to make Symphony Chips uses the Anderson family’s age-old recipe for seasoning. The unique taste of Symphony Chips has helped the food products become a runaway hit with customers. In Atlanta, Georgia, you can often find Anderson and his daughters selling their products at Sevananda, a local health foods grocery store.
Sevananda is also where Anderson got his start selling All A’s Spices for his family business. A meticulous process goes into play when making Symphony Chips. The brand got its name when Anderson and his daughters started selling their potato chips in a concession stand at the 2016 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
A message about the company’s story on its website partially reads as follows:
“Soon after [our debut], we started expanding to other symphonies across the state of Georgia and are now available online as well. Customers no longer have to leave the house to get the symphony of melodic flavors to snack on — they can be shipped from us in Atlanta, Georgia in less than 24 hours of order submission!” (symphonychips.com)