Tim's Cascade Style Potato Chips began in 1986 with Tim Kennedy and his family in a 15,000 square foot facility in Auburn Washington. With mostly used equipment, they cooked small batches of thick sliced potatoes in square shaped kettles. The kettle cooked chips were 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.
Just two years later, Tim's was named "The best potato chip in Seattle." Since then, Tim's has continued to be recognized with top taste awards from Esquire Magazine and The American Culinary Institute. Tim's has not only been recognized for great taste. Tim's Cascade Snacks was named one of "Washington's Best Companies To Work For" in 2008, and received the 2011 Award for Better Workplace from the Association of Washington Business.
Today, our product line consists of Tim's Cascade Style Potato Chips, Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips and Onion Rings and Erin's All Natural Popcorn.
Tim's Cascade Snacks
Address: 1150 Industry Drive, North Algona, Washington 98001
Email: Website Contact Form
Tim's snacks are produced at their chips manufacturing facility in Algona, Washington by a close knit, diverse workforce.
Tim's Cascade Snacks are now part of the Pinnacle Foods Group LLC., a leading packaged foods company based in Parsippany, New Jersey, which is in turn owned by the The Blackstone Group.