How Martin’s Potato Rolls Became the ‘It’ Burger Bun

 

Today, Martin’s potato rolls are exported to Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Russia, England, Italy, the Bahamas, Canada, Japan, and Australia. Its family-owned and operated production facility in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania still bakes every single one with a recipe that’s changed little over the years…

Source: How Martin’s Potato Rolls Became the ‘It’ Burger Bun – Eater 

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