Sea Salt Potato Chips

17 reviews

Sea Salt Potato Chips

17 reviews

Uglies

Sea Salt Potato Chips

17 reviews

Uglies

You'd never know these chips were made from "ugly" potatoes. They taste great—better even—than your average crumbly bag of chips.

Sustainable goodness

Uglies lowers their carbon footprint by using locally-sourced "ugly" potatoes that would otherwise be thrown in landfills. They also run a zero-waste facility, diverting over 200 tons of waste from the landfill to be combusted for energy recovery.

  • Gluten Free
  • Orthodox Union Kosher Certified Kosher
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Why we love it

Did you know thousands of potatoes are thrown out every year because they're... ugly? Yes, we're upset about it too. Think of all the potato chips that could be made! Thankfully, Uglies takes those discarded potatoes and make their just-as-good-if-not-better chips. Their sea salt variety is a pantry staple. We enjoy them with lunch, on picnics, and anytime we're in the mood for a salty snack.

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How it does good

Finding a new use for unwanted potatoes

Uglies is a family-run company in Berks County, Pennsylvania. They make their chips from locally-grown potatoes that can't be sold to grocers because of how they look. By doing this, Uglies keeps tons of waste out of our landfills. Their manufacturing facility is also zero-waste and landfill-free. Every year, they send over 200 tons of waste to a local incinerator where it is converted into energy. Another way they keep their carbon footprint low is by manufacturing everything on-site at their plant. This way, they cut down on their transit time and in turn, their use of fossil fuels.

  • responsible sourcing

    "Ugly" potatoes are sourced from regional farms who would otherwise have to throw them away.
  • low carbon footprint

    Uglies has a zero-waste, landfill-free manufacturing model. They keep over 200 tons of waste out of the landfill every year.
  • Certified Non-GMO

How to use it

Munch on 'em. Crunch on 'em. You don't need a reason to enjoy a salty, delicious chip.

When you're done...

The bag is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

About the Brand

Uglies

Uglies

UGLIES® Kettle Cooked Potato Chips are chips crafted from potatoes with minor cosmetic imperfections. This includes potatoes that are too large or too small, those with the wrong color, or ones that have the wrong sugar content. Some of the potatoes are slightly blemished and, of course, some are just farmer surplus. Until now, these orphaned potatoes were destined to become food waste. UGLIES has helped to reduce food waste by saving over 1,500,000 pounds of potatoes since 2017.
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04/13/2022
Laura K.
United States

Love 'em

Love the flavor and the looks of these chips.

DM
04/03/2022
Drew M.
United States United States

Yummy

So tasty

03/01/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

Uglies 5☆☆☆☆☆

Great flavor, loved ingredients

02/12/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

Not ****

Taste better than anything at the grocery store. Pricing is competitive Cant even see why it is called uglies.

TW
12/13/2021
TESSIE W.
United States United States

good

these were good