Currently Mrs. Fisher's produces several types of potato chips: regular, rippled, BBQ, BBQ rippled, and dark chips. The dark chips are made from a different potato. Mrs. Fisher's chips, which in total is sold at the rate of about 600,000 pounds per year. The company also produces caramel corn, nuts and other items under separate label.
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