Are you eating local and wondering how to satisfy your chip craving?

Look no more Albany region.

Jiff-e-Mart {with locations in Averill Park & Castelton} started making potato chips to accompany their sandwich selections at the deli. After receiving rave reviews, Billy and his team decided to increase production, and started making potato chips daily.  With 10 tasty flavors, even your most serious chip needing emergencies can be satisfied.

 

I stumbled upon these yummy homemade chips at the Crossings Farmer’s Market, but fear not, because Jiff-e-Chips can be found at some local stores as well:

  • The Peanut Principle (rt. 9, Latham)
  • Competition Deli (rt. 9, Latham)
  • Georges Market (rt. 9, Latham)
  • Romas Importing Co. (Cobbee Rd., Latham)
  • Hembolds Meat Market (Industrail Park Rd, Troy)
  • Centannis Deli (Campbell Ave, Troy)
  • Citgo Super Mart Inc. (Exit b3, Canaan)
  • Cardonas Market (Delaware Ave., Albany)
  • Jiff-e-Mart I (Rt. 43, Averill Park) and Jiff-e-Mart II (Maple Hill Rd, Castleton).

These chips are good. Crisp, not too thick, and play host to fantastic flavors:

BBQ, Sea Salt & Pepper, Italian, Sea Salt, Cheddar, Garlic Parm,

Ranch, Southwest Jalepeno, Sour Cream & Onion, Salt & Vinegar

Given the wide variety of flavors, they are bound to satisfy all the chip eaters out there.

So far, my favorite is the Sea Salt & Pepper……the bag is hardly opened before everyone is grabbing for more…then they are GONE!