History of Lay's

Lay's, founded in 1932 by Herman Lay, initially began as a snack food delivery service in Nashville, Tennessee, before expanding to become one of the largest potato chip manufacturers in the world. In 1961, Lay's merged with Frito Company to form Frito-Lay, which later became a subsidiary of PepsiCo. Lay's iconic flavors like Classic, Sour Cream & Onion, and Barbecue have solidified its position as a beloved snack brand globally, with innovative marketing campaigns and continuous product development keeping it at the forefront of the snack industry.