Snyder's of Hanover
Although Snyder's is mainly known for its pretzels, the company makes potato chips, too. Also worth consideration: its part in the Snyder's-Lance corp, which owns many of the chipmakers in this guide. (Hey again, Jays.)
Herr's hits several regional tastes with its Old Bay and Kansas City steak varieties, and even markets to those weirdos in Canada with its ketchup chips.
Death Rain Chips
The New Jersey spice fanatics behind Blair's Death Sauce also make a line of Death Rain Chips with varying heat levels indicated by a cartoon thermometer on the bag.
West Virginians have been hoarding Mister Bee's since 1951. It's the only chip company in the state and, despite a brief flirtation with bankruptcy in 2011, it's back and better than ever.