These parents created a healthy chip their sick son could eat—now it’s a business bringing in $10 million

Family chip brand grows out of son's illness
By Ali Montag.

When Scott and Megan Reamer developed their first recipe for slow-cooked chips made with organic coconut oil, they weren’t thinking about creating the snack food empire they have today, one that reached $10 million in revenue last year. Far from it. They were on a mission to help their son, Jackson.

He was suffering from a rare and incurable auto-immune disease, which led the Reamers to spend a decade experimenting with a diet that might ease Jackson’s symptoms. Out of that experience grew Jackson’s Honest — a family business that now sells the same all-natural potato and tortilla chips that Scott and Megan made for their son in their Colorado kitchen.

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