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1955: Rudolph Foods founded with the purchase of the Whittex Company building shown to the right. #History #Snackfoods

Nobody makes better tasting pork rinds than Rudolph Foods Company. Our Pork Rinds are a tasty treat, perfect for parties or everyday snacking. We use Mary’s secret recipe to make the world’s best pork rinds.

Grandpa John's: These pork rinds and cracklins are just like your Grandparents used to make when nothing was wasted on the pig but the squeal. Our first brand devoted to tender and traditional cracklins is a farm favorite. Grandpa John’s was named in honor of John Rudolph’s father, "Grandpa John". The brand invokes the spirit of Midwest farm living with its focus on traditional farm-made cracklins. #History #SnackFoods

Nobody makes better tasting pork rinds than Rudolph Foods Company. Our Pork Rinds are a tasty treat, perfect for parties or everyday snacking. We use Mary’s secret recipe to make the world’s best pork rinds.

Southern Recipe: Can you smell the Magnolias and hear the jazz playing? Southern Recipe combines the best tasting pork rinds and cracklins with a rich southern tradition. This brand has a large following and caters to southerners proud of their heritage. Southern Recipe encompasses a wide variety of pork rind and cracklin products. #History #SnackFoods

Nobody makes better tasting pork rinds than Rudolph Foods Company. Our Pork Rinds are a tasty treat, perfect for parties or everyday snacking. We use Mary’s secret recipe to make the world’s best pork rinds.

Whitefeather Foods offers a variety of pellets and seasonings for making your own products. Visit the Whitefeather Foods website to purchase Bacon Type Wheat Pellets, Wheat Twist Pellets, Pork Rind Pellets, and Potato Wheel Pellets. Seasonings include Smokey Bacon, Salt & Vinegar, Ranch, Sour Cream & Onion, Hot & Spicy, BBQ, and our special Whitefeather Seasoning. #History #SnackFoods

Nobody makes better tasting pork rinds than Rudolph Foods Company. Our Pork Rinds are a tasty treat, perfect for parties or everyday snacking. We use Mary’s secret recipe to make the world’s best pork rinds.

2006: Rudolph Foods continues to produce an ever growing line of pork products, and also expands to produce grain-based snack foods. #History #Snacks

Rudolph Foods continues to produce an ever growing line of pork products, and also expands to produce grain-based snack foods.

Rudy's: Our value brand with great big taste and great big value. Rudy’s is a world class favorite for pork rinds lovers. Today’s selection includes pork rinds and tender cracklins. #History #SnackFoods

Rudy's: Our value brand with great big taste and great big value. Rudy’s is a world class favorite for pork rinds lovers. Today’s selection includes pork rinds and tender cracklins.

1957: Mary Rudolph invents the secret pork rind #recipe. #History #SnackFoods

Mary Rudolph invents the secret pork rind recipe.

Pepe's El Original: Our oldest label, Pepe’s, began as a Hispanic based brand of pork rinds (chicharrones) in San Antonio, Texas. Pepe’s rich heritage and authentic promise continues today with a line of chicharrones and other authentic Mexican inspired snacks. #History #SnackFoods

Rudolph Foods oldest brand, Pepe’s, began as a Hispanic based brand of pork rinds (chicharrones) in San Antonio, Texas. Pepe’s rich heritage and authentic promise continues today with a line of chicharrones and other authentic Mexican inspired snacks.

1966: Rudolph Foods sells to Beatrice Foods, John Rudolph takes VP position at Beatrice with continuing oversight of Rudolph Foods. #History #SnackFoods

Rudolph Foods sells to Beatrice Foods, John Rudolph takes VP position at Beatrice with continuing oversight of Rudolph Foods.

1989: Ohio's Governor proclaims Lima, Ohio "Pork Rind Capital of the World". #Ohio #SnackFoods #History

Ohio's Governor proclaims Lima, Ohio "Pork Rind Capital of the World".

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