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Lays Coupons - Lays Coupons: Are you looking for Lays Potato Chips coupons? Lays Coupons and coupon codes can be found on the Internet, on the outside of Lays potato chip bags, and in the Sunday papers. Using these coupons you can purchase your favorite variety of Lays chips at much lower prices. The potatoes in Lays chips come from over 80 farms across the country, and the chips are made in 21 different locations. On the Lays website you can track where the Lays chips you find at your local store are made.1 Besides potatoes, Lays potato chips contain vegetable oil (corn or sunflower oil), and a dash of salt.2 Frito-Lay provides guidance as to which retailers carry their chips in your area. The history of the Frito-Lay company began in 1932. That year Herman W. Lay started a delivering chips in Nashville. Later that year he ended up buying out the manufacturer. That same year C.E. Doolin ate a bag of corn chips in San Antonio and liked them so much that he bought the manufacturer’s recipe. The two chip companies merged in 1961 forming a joint business, the Frito-Lay company, which ended up capturing 59% of the U.S. snack chip market. Lay's (known as Walkers in the UK and Ireland, Chipsy in Egypt, Poca in Vietnam, Tapuchips in Israel, Sabritas In Mexico) is the brand name for a number of potato chip varieties as well as the name of the company that founded the chip brand in 1932.

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  1. 1. CLICK HERE TO GET THE LATEST Lays Coupons CLICK HERE TO GET THE LATEST Lays Coupons
  2. 2. HOW TO GET Lays Coupons• Lays Coupons - Lays Coupons: Are you looking for Lays Potato Chips coupons? Lays Coupons and coupon codes can be found on the Internet, on the outside of Lays potato chip bags, and in the Sunday papers. Using these coupons you can purchase your favorite variety of Lays chips at much lower prices. The potatoes in Lays chips come from over 80 farms across the country, and the chips are made in 21 different locations. On the Lays website you can track where the Lays chips you find at your local store are made.1 Besides potatoes, Lays potato chips contain vegetable oil (corn or sunflower oil), and a dash of salt.2 Frito-Lay provides guidance as to which retailers carry their chips in your area. The history of the Frito-Lay company began in 1932. That year Herman W. Lay started a delivering chips in Nashville. Later that year he ended up buying out the manufacturer. That same year C.E. Doolin ate a bag of corn chips in San Antonio and liked them so much that he bought the manufacturer’s recipe. The two chip companies merged in 1961 forming a joint business, the Frito-Lay company, which ended up capturing 59% of the U.S. snack chip market. Lays (known as Walkers in the UK and Ireland, Chipsy in Egypt, Poca in Vietnam, Tapuchips in Israel, Sabritas In Mexico) is the brand name for a number of potato chip varieties as well as the name of the company that founded the chip brand in 1932. Lays chips has been marketed as a division of Frito-Lay, a company owned by PepsiCo since 1965. Other brands in the Frito-Lay group include Fritos, Doritos, Ruffles, Cheetos, Rold Gold pretzels, and Sun Chips. In 1932, salesman Herman W. Lay opened a snack food operation in Nashville, Tennessee and, in 1938, he purchased the Atlanta, Georgia potato chip manufacturer "Barrett Food Company, " renaming it "H.W. Lay Lingo & Company." Lay criss-crossed the southern United States selling the product from the trunk of his car. In 1942, Lay introduced the first continuous potato processor, resulting in the first large-scale production of the product. The business shortened its name to "the Lays Lay Lingo Company" in 1944 and became the first snack food manufacturer to purchase television commercials, with Bert Lahr as a celebrity spokesman. His signature line, "so crisp you can hear the freshness," became the chips first slogan along with "de-Lay-sious!" As the popular commercials aired during the 1950s, Lays went national in its marketing and was soon supplying product throughout the United States. In 1961, the Frito Company founded by Elmer Doolin and Lays merged to form Frito-Lay Inc., a snack food giant with combined sales of over $127 million annually, the largest of any manufacturer. Shortly thereafter, Lays introduced its best-known slogan "betcha cant eat just one." Sales of the chips became international, with marketing assisted by a number of celebrity endorsers. In 1965, Frito-Lay merged with the Pepsi-Cola Company to form PepsiCo, Inc. and a barbecue version of the chips appeared on grocery shelves. A new formulation of chip was introduced in 1991 that was crisper and kept fresher longer. Shortly thereafter, the company introduced the "Wavy Lays" products to grocery shelves. In the mid to late 1990s, Lays modified its barbecue chips formula and rebranded it as "K.C. Masterpiece," named after a popular sauce, and introduced a lower calorie baked version and a variety that was completely fat-free (Lays WOW chips containing the fat substitute olestra). In the 2000s, kettle cooked brands appeared as did a processed version called Lays Stax that was intended to compete with Pringles, and the company began introducing a variety of additional flavor variations. Frito-Lay products currently control 59% of the United States savory snack-food market.

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