Our tradition of good taste dates back to 1909 when Harry V. Warehime, founder of Snyder's Of Hanover Canning Company, our parent company until 1980, began producing Olde Tyme Pretzels for the Snyder's Of Hanover Company. In the 1920's, Grandma Eda and Edward Snyder's Of Hanover began frying potato chips in a kettle at their home on Centennial Avenue during the summer months and peddling the home cooked snack door-to-door and to fairs and farmers' markets. Their son, William V., and his wife Helen made angel food cakes in their basement for local stores. In a unique product combination, the bakery produced noodles to use the egg yolks left over from the angel food cakes. This efficient process continued into the 1960s, when the automated process for snack production took over.
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