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Mister Bee continues to produce chips

Winter months are slow times

February 10, 2013

VIENNA — Despite setbacks, West Virginia’s lone potato chip company continues to churn out chips and expand its market share. Randall Holden, president of the West Virginia Potato Chip Co....

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Feb-11-13 8:41 AM

in my opinion, they are good chips, but not as good as they were before. however, i do hope the company continues to do well and benefits our local area, along with the whole state

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Feb-10-13 10:03 AM

Its probaby the type of oil they are using.

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Feb-10-13 1:28 AM

You go to WalMart, they are discounted. You go to Krogers, Foodland and other local grocers and they are fully priced. They were being sold at Sam's Club but that stopped and never took off again. A new marketing strategy with the vendors is in order or Mr. Bee will become a thing of the past...again.

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Feb-10-13 1:06 AM

I don't care what they cost....the best chips in the entire country!

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Feb-10-13 12:40 AM

I like Mister Bee. Unfortunately, in my opinion,they have priced themselves out of the competitive market.

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