Pittsburgh residents will soon enjoy the scent of freshly made potato chips, as an Utz distribution center is scheduled to open in July. 

The Hanover-based Utz quality foods is currently constructing the 15,000 square foot warehouse located at 121 Pennant Drive. We have been delivering dumpsters on site to help with construction disposal.

The company, which began in 1921, is best known as being the largest independent privately held snack brand in the United States, offering a variety of chip and pretzel snack options. 

Visit Utz to learn more about the company and order some snacks straight to your home or check out Pittsburgh dumpster rentals to find out how Roll Off Dumpster Direct can help with your next construction project. 

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