How do potato chips get that special crunch?

These popular munchies are made in the D

Downey's Potato Chips Summer Spectacular on Live in the D

What would summer be without a backyard cookout or picnic?

We’re not sure what the answer is to that question, because it seems unimaginable, but the summertime snack favorite is most certainly potato chips.

You can really amp up your summer snackin’ with super crunchy chips made in small batches right here in the D, said Kali Bagley, general manager of Downey’s Potato Chips.

Bagley revealed exactly how the chips get that special crunch.

The crunchy, magic is handmade at Downey’s facility in Waterford.

That’s where the chips are sorted, peeled and cooked before being seasoned and packaged.

Downey’s flavors are original sea salt, vinegar and sea salt, BBQ and no salt.

Watch the video to learn more about how they’re made.

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