Route 11 Chips expanding plant to meet demand

MOUNT JACKSON, Va. — Route 11 Chips began work last month on a $1.1 million project at its Mount Jackson plant. The potato chip maker is upgrading the facility with a second production line and an expanded warehouse.

The expansion will enable Route 11 to increase production to meet growing demand for its potato chips. The company will create an estimated 12 new production, maintenance and administrative jobs once the project is complete.

According to its website, Route 11 Chips took advantage of its small size and made chipping its personal art form. With a secret recipe and superior ingredients, its mission is to make an outstanding product in a safe and clean environment. Route 11 makes a variety of potato chip flavors that are available in retail stores and online.

Image courtesy of Route 11 Potato Chips

Source: The Northern Virginia Daily

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