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Metro Business Report September 13, 2010

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This is Lane Beattie, president of the Salt Lake Chamber, with your Metro Business Report.

If you're in the mood for the perfect tortilla chip dunked in organic salsa look you should try one made right here in Utah. Laurie's Buffalo Gourmet began as a Utah-based small business over a decade ago. Now this family treat has gone far from its roots and serves many retailers across the U.S., China, and Canada.

With its humble beginnings as a snack that Laurie and her family made for social gatherings, the tortilla chips slowly transformed into a business idea. The chips were originally made by renting fryers at a local hamburger joint.

In just a few short years, Laurie's Buffalo Gourmet has grown and now has a presence in some big name grocery stores like Harmon's and has also been solicited constantly by giant retailers like Walmart. For more information, visit

This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.

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