Schnepf Farms’ Famous Chili is Now as Close as Your Local Fry’s

Schnepf Farms Chili is now as close as your nearest Fry's.

Celebrate fall with a warm bowl of Schnepf Farm's famous chili. Image Credit: Adactio on flickr

You don’t have to visit the farm to enjoy Schnepf Farms Famous chili, it is now available at your neighborhood  FRY’S FOOD STORES.  Over the last 13 years, Schnepf Farms has been serving their chili as part of their largest family event,  The Pumpkin & Chili Party held the entire month of October. “We serve 40-50 thousand bowls of chili during the month”  says Carrie Schnepf  “A hearty bowl of chili sets the mood for Fall,  and I am thrilled that availability is going to extend beyond my farm.”


Fry’s is showcasing the chili for a limited time in their Deli Departments.  Sharon Lantz, director of deli bakery for Fry’s, says “Schnepf Farms is an institution in the valley, and we couldn’t be happier to introduce their first product into the market.” Lantz says “I’ve tasted it, and that’s the reason why we are selling it.”

Lantz says Schnepf Farms Chili is available now in 105 of their 121 stores.


Mark and Carrie Schnepf and their family are scheduled to visit several East Valley Fry’s stores over the next couple of weeks, to sample and help promote their family recipe.  In the meantime, Schnepf Farms Pumpkin & Chili Party begins October 1 and will run every Thursday – Sunday in October.  Discount tickets can be purchased at any Fry’s.


Schnepf Farms is located in Queen Creek, only 11m iles off the US 60 Freeway. For more information visit the website, follow on or like on Facebook.



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