Taquitos.net wrote:Q: I really need to get some ketchup chips, but I can't find any in my area. How can I get some?
A: The best solution would be to move to Canada, where ketchup chips are readily available just about everywhere. (Most current residents of Canada moved there in order to have easier access to ketchup chips.) The next best thing would be to take a vacation there. If you can't do that, get some regular potato chips and dip them in ketchup.
Michael Antink from the Herr's store 'testimonials' page wrote:I just love the Ketchup Flavored Chips, I was also wondering if you have any plans to expand to the Saint Louis, MO Region?
I can find ketchup chips in my local supermarket; they're from the Pennsylvania chip combine Herr's
(click the drop-down menu to see it) by way of a tie-in with the Heinz company, also located in Pennsylvania
I have found the Herr's "Heinz Ketchup" potato chips at every Food Lion I've been to, so much of the traditional American South has been exposed to them.
I was hoping Herr's shipped to Canada, but evidently on the online store it slipped their minds. So you might want to call their toll-free number for hot cheese curl goodness. 1-800-63-SNACK. I love it.
But back to previous crisps -- do Mrs. Vickies use real
malt vinegar, or do they play that horrible trick with sour salt and lactic acid like most other companies do? So few companies truly vinegar their chips, and after a while the sour salt just gets to me.
By the way, we should join the Snack Foods Association
. Sure, we don't have a snack food company, but I bet the conventions are great.