In the world of potato chips, Route 11 is at the very opposite end of the chip spectrum from the mass produced varieties. The super industrialized chip factories have to focus on making an absolute uniform product. When producing at such high volumes and high speeds, uniformity is imperative, with the end result being a thin and flat style chip. A chip stripped of its original potato character. This style of manufacturing is called continuous frying.
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