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Today, California-based fast food restaurant, Jack in the Box®, announces its partnership with the leading cannabis media and lifestyle platform, MERRY JANE®.

Together, the brands will launch the limited-time offer MERRY Munchie MealTM in select Long Beach, California locations – an innovative play on Jack in the Box’s popular late-night
menu which, come 2018, might be even more popular.

The new MERRY Munchie Meal will include the most craveable and snackable products that
Jack in the Box has to offer, including: a unique twist on Halfsies (½ curly fries and ½ onion
rings) two of the brand’s famous Tacos, 5 Mini Churros, 3 Crispy Chicken Strips and a small
drink—all for a very special price of $4.20, plus tax.

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“Jack’s Munchie MealsTM have been successful for us because of the authenticity of how we
speak to our customers. This partnership is one more way for us to connect with them—
whether you’re at a concert, up late playing video games or pulling an all-nighter. We are about
welcoming all of our guests, no matter what they’re craving or why they’re craving it,” says
Iwona Alter, Chief Marketing Officer of Jack in the Box.

Jack in the Box has a history of attracting a variety of fans who seek its unique products,
including the fan favorite two tacos, egg rolls or Jack’s Munchie MealsTM, all popular among
late-night crowds for its crave-worthy factor. “Launching the MERRY Munchie MealTM is the perfect way to acknowledge the cannabis culturein our shared home state of California,” said Scott Chung, Chief Operations Officer of MERRY JANE. “Leveraging our Emmy-nominated content production and forward-thinking, we have
created this campaign and limited-time offer product with Jack in the Box that marries both
brands’ voices.”

To experience the exclusive MERRY Munchie MealTM, fans will have to visit one of the following
restaurants:
5601 Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90804
3032 Palo Verde Ave, Long Beach, CA 90808
652 Atlantic Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802

The limited-time offer will only be available from January 18 to 25, so fans will have to move
quickly. For more information, please visit merryjane.com or jackinthebox.com, and connect
with MERRY JANE on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and at merryjane.com and with Jack on
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Stay tuned for more about the MERRY JANE and
Jack in the Box partnership.

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Father-Daughter Team Expands Black-Owned Potato Chip Brand at Wayfield Foods (@WayfieldFoods)!

There are only a handful of existing black-owned potato chip brands in the world, and one of them has found a home throughout the metro Atlanta-based Wayfield Foods store chain on March 17, 2018.
Known as Symphony Chips, this black-owned potato chip brand is led by Dondre Anderson and his teenage daughters, Amina (15) and Amari (14).  In celebration of their Wayfield Foods debut, the father-daughter team provided Symphony Chips samples to customers at the Wayfield Foods store location at 3050 Martin Luther King Jr Drive. Customer feedback received was overwhelmingly positive.

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There are only a handful of existing black-owned potato chip brands in the world, and one of them has found a home throughout the metro Atlanta-based Wayfield Foods store chain on March 17, 2018.

Known as Symphony Chips, this black-owned potato chip brand is led by Dondre Anderson and his teenage daughters, Amina (15) and Amari (14).  In celebration of their Wayfield Foods debut, the father-daughter team provided Symphony Chips samples to customers at the Wayfield Foods store location at 3050 Martin Luther King Jr Drive. Customer feedback received was overwhelmingly positive.

“They’re good! Well seasoned. A very good chip!” states a customer at Symphony Chips’ debut at Wayfield Foods.

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Since gaining coverage from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution last Fall, Anderson has been busy with expanding the Symphony Chips business from the internet and onto retail shelves, and all efforts are finally paying off thanks to the enormous support from Wayfield’s Board Member, Moses White. White, who facilitated the partnership between Wayfield Foods and Symphony Chips, showed his support by stopping by the Andersons’ display with his daughter Racquel White, CEO of Spherol.

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“It’s motivating to have gained such a huge amount of support from not just Wayfield and their customers, but the community as a whole,” says Dondre Anderson. “There is a lack of diversity in the mainstream food industry and my daughters and I wish to increase the presence of black-business in the sector, even if only by a little. Our inclusion, we hope, will encourage others in the community to pursue commercial success, regardless of the lack of representation currently present.”

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“I’m very proud to have this opportunity to introduce Symphony Chips to Wayfield Foods. Symphony Chips offers a gluten-free alternative with a gourmet taste. And supporting a minority, small business in our community where the owner Dondre Anderson includes his daughters Amina and Amari is divine order,” said Wayfield Foods Board Member Moses White. “Wayfield loves to support businesses from our community and encourages all of our customers to help make Symphony Chips a grand success.”

The idea for Symphony Chips began as a way to promote the Anderson Family’s primary business, All A’s Spices seasonings. As a base for potential buyers to sample the seasoning, homemade chips were used and were so well received that the family decided to establish a whole new product – Symphony Chips. Now Anderson is eager to increase the reach of these gluten-free, all-natural, low-sodium chips to low-income, health-conscious consumers as well as mainstream consumers across the country.

symphony chips wayfield foods

“I never expected that a little cooking in the kitchen with my daughters would turn into something much more than anticipated,” says Anderson. “Becoming one of the few black-owned potato chip businesses in the world is a grand honor, and I’m excited to have introduced my daughters to this level of entrepreneurship while during their youth.”

“Working a business with my dad and sister is really exciting,” says Amina, age 15. “It’s really cool to have gained such professional experience at this age, and I’m really excited about what the future holds for us. I bet it would look good on my resume!”

Below see photo and video recaps from the Symphony Chips launch at Wayfield Foods–

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