Good's Potato Chips
Ralph Good opened the first potato chip company in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - it says 1886 on their packaging.
The two varieties of original chips include, Blue and Red bags.
The recipe, and the Good's family pride that go into each bag of "Blue Goods" hasn't changed since the first batch was produced in 1886.
The delicious, lighter Home Style "Red Goods" has been a mid-Atlantic favorite since 1928.
The demand has continuously grown over the near 80 year span of quality Pennsylvania production. An old-fashioned taste which everyone loves!
The difference between Blue and Red Chips is the temperature at which the chips are cooked. The "red" Homestyle chips are placed in a continuous cooker, entering at one end of the equipment and being mechanically raked through the lard to the other end, where they emerge to be salted, cooled, dried, and packaged.
The "blue" Original chips are produced in two large steel kettles. When the chips are placed in the kettles, the temperature is lowered then increased, as the chips slowly cook, producing a harder, darker, curlier and crunchier chip.
Ralph Good Inc.
Address: P.O. Box 924, Adamstown, PA 19501
Phone: 717-484-4884Fax: 717-484-0483