The program “Take a Bite Out of History: From Saratoga Chip to Potato Chip” will look at the timeline, geographic expansion, company slogans, anthropological changes in clothing, companies that began by selling Saratoga Chips, and non-potato “Saratoga Chip” products.
Alan, also known as “The Toga Chip Guy,” was featured on the History Channel’s The Food That Built America on March 14th, National Potato Chip Day. He also has been interviewed on CBS, NBC, the Boston Globe, various radio, television stations, newspapers, magazines and podcasts, and he and his collection have been featured in a commercial. In addition, he has been a speaker for various meetings, conventions, educational programs, museums, and historical societies.
This program is open to the public with a suggested donation of $10, pre-registration is required. For more information or to register visit the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation website or call (518) 587-5030.