TIMS CASCADE CHIPS

Tim’s Cascade Style Potato Chips began in 1986 with Tim Kennedy and his family in a makeshift 15,000-square-foot facility in Auburn, Washington. With primarily used equipment, they began by hand-stirring, with special rakes, small batches of thick-sliced sliced potatoes in square-shaped kettles—spiced by hand, and packaged in Tim’s signature red and white striped bag. Then Tim himself went out to local convenience stores and gave them samples to try. It wasn’t long before he had developed a cult-like following of fans anxious to find out what flavor Tim was coming up with next.

TIMS CASCADE CHIPS

Tim’s Cascade Style Potato Chips began in 1986 with Tim Kennedy and his family in a makeshift 15,000-square-foot facility in Auburn, Washington. With primarily used equipment, they began by hand-stirring, with special rakes, small batches of thick-sliced sliced potatoes in square-shaped kettles—spiced by hand, and packaged in Tim’s signature red and white striped bag. Then Tim himself went out to local convenience stores and gave them samples to try. It wasn’t long before he had developed a cult-like following of fans anxious to find out what flavor Tim was coming up with next.