Snacking With Mister Bee
Snacking in this house consists of chips and more. We love all kinds of chips and recently I was online looking for something new and exciting to have as a snacking food. Thats when I came across Mister Bee Potato Chips, and can I say they are so good.
Mister Bee only uses quality ingredients to ensure freshness for al their products, when you taste them your seeing a difference in these chips, always fresh and these are the only chips made in West Virginia.
They have a great selection of flavors ranging from the original. barbeque, cheddar and so much more. Mister Bee Potato Chips have been around since the early 1950’s! Mister Bee Potato Chips are sold by direct-store-delivery, which guarantees the freshness of the product
The main concern of the company is to produce and distribute quality merchandise; with Mister Bee, the business has a complete line of snack food products. Nothing says greatness then some great tasting chips, we loved all the different flavors, and they all were nice and fresh, no two flavors were the same.
Mister Bee is our now go to chips, they can be purchased online or at select stores, I always smile when I see a bag of Mr Bee chips. The little gentleman bee mascot is a blast from a classy and suave era. With flavors almost as rich as our history, we have a chip or crisp flavor guaranteed to bring a smile on your face.
The product was good and had a long time before the expiration date would be reached. Shipping was quick, something I was impressed with. That they arrived so fast and were all fresh and nowhere near the expiration date.
Mister Bee Potato Chip Company was founded in 1951 by Leo and Sara Klein and had its first offices on Mary Street in Parkersburg, West Virginia. At that time, the chips would be made in the morning and then Mr. Klein would distribute the fresh product in the afternoon. In November 1962, the company was moved to West Virginia Avenue, where the chips are still made today. Leo Klein operated the business until 1979, when he passed away at the age of 73. The company remained with the Klein family until incurring financial difficulties in 2010. Mister Bee now operates as West Virginia Potato Chip Company and was purchased in 2015 by new owners Mary Anne (Welch) Ketelsen, Douglas Ketelsen, James Richard Barton, Gregory Barton, and Gregory Reed, along with Mary Maxine Welch participating in financing.
For all your chip needs, don’t hesitate to check out Mister Bee you will be happy you did.