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Ballreich's Potato Chips

Ballreich History It was 1920 in Tiffin, Ohio when Fred Ballreich and his wife, Ethel opened their homemade potato chip operation in a dirt floor garage, using a copper kettle heated with wood scraps. It was an all day process that produced only 14 pounds of potato chips. Ballreich’s chose to make their potato chips “marcelled”, which means “wavy chip,” taken from the popular ladies wavy hairstyle of the 1920s.

The quality of the Ballreich’s potato chips created a huge demand that couldn’t be met by a husband and wife operation so Fred contacted his brother, Carl Ballreich, who was currently working as a supervisor at the Chevrolet Motor Plant in Flint, Michigan. Carl came back to his hometown to form the joint venture of Ballreich Brother’s Potato Chips. With the combination of Fred’s sales and baking skills along with Carl’s strong work ethic and management skills, the company was well on its way to success!

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Mostly Chocolates

Mostly Chocolates has a rich history and a scrumptious future. For over 25 years, we have been creating chocolate delicacies. Our tradition of excellence continues as we explore new and exciting flavors, textures and colors to tempt even the choosiest of chocolate lovers. All of our chocolate confections are hand made in our chocolate factory here in the Black Hills. We use only the freshest and finest quality ingredients. We pay special attention to the production rate and we produce no more than we can use while each piece is still delightfully fresh and tasty.

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Michele's Sweet Shop

It all started with an awesome recipe for whoopie pies. Over the years I have had people actually quarrel over these delectable treats. I thought if people liked them that much maybe I should market them. So I shifted into research mode in the summer of 2006 to determine what it would take to run a food related business. During this same time and prior, I had been making white chocolate-coated popcorn, which I would give as gifts for my daughter's teachers and school bus driver at Christmas and at the end of the school year. I would also occasionally bring the popcorn to my Girl Scout leader meetings and that is where I was always being told, "This popcorn is awesome, you should sell it!" It was December 2006 when I finally listened and decided to put the whoopie pie venture on hold indefinitely and pursue popcorn.

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Hutchinson's Candy

In 1904, Jesse Hutchinson started making candy in Salem, Massachusetts at the tender age of 14. A few years later Jesse started his own legacy. In 1921, the first "Ye Kandy Shoppe" was opened on Washington Street in Boston, Massachusetts.

His legacy continues with old-fashioned gourmet candies, caramel corn, and brittles. The key to all of our products is our original recipes, all natural ingredients, all cooked to perfection in a copper kettle.

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Uncle Ray's

Uncle Ray started in business in 1965 out of the back seat of his 1961 Dodge Dart. A self made man who never went to college, Ray made and sold chip dips, popcorn and shrimp cocktail sauce to local bars and store in the Detroit area. In the early hours of the morning, Ray would be busy making his concoctions in his small apartment kitchen - and during the day, he would be out on the road selling his product.

His passion for food processing turned into his first large production facility located on Miller Rd. in Dearborn , Michigan . He adopted the name "Cabana Foods" and produced products under this name. The 15,000 square foot facility was the perfect size for making corn products, popcorn, and pork rinds.

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