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Where to get Ol' Grandad's Potato Chips in T.O.?

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DishyDiva Feb 19, 2008 11:20 AM

My cousin, who lives in Milton, introduced me to these incredible kettle cooked potato chips from Ol' Grandad's Snacks, Inc.

I love them because they have 40% less fat, and a low sodium content:

Per 50 g (about 32chips), there is 10% fat (no trans fat) and 150g sodium.

And yet, they taste like regular kettle-cooked chips in terms of crunch.

Have you seen these chips sold anywhere outside of Milton -- preferably in Toronto?

Thanks in advance!

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    Pincus RE: DishyDiva Feb 19, 2008 12:10 PM

    After a couple of phone calls, I am pleased to share the following:

    3095 Bathurst Street (777 Variety Store)

    287 Dufferin Street (Min-A-Mart)

    Yeah, I'm on a diet, so anything potato chip-related gets my attention.

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      DishyDiva RE: Pincus Feb 19, 2008 12:55 PM

      Pincus, you are goooood ---- and fast! Thanks so much for doing the research. It never ceases to amaze me how much "in-the-know" and/or resourceful you Chowhound folks are here when it comes to food.

      Have you (or any fellow Hound here) tried these chips? What do you think? As I've only tried the regular kind, I don't know if they make any other flavours.

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        Pincus RE: DishyDiva Feb 20, 2008 10:54 AM

        From talking to the distributor, if I remember...

        Regular
        Salt and Vinegar
        BBQ
        Mexican something? This last one I'm fuzzy on. It wasn't nacho, and Mexican sticks in my head, but the actual flavour has flown from my mind.

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          Orange RE: Pincus Feb 20, 2008 04:09 PM

          Eating a bag of regular flavour Ol' Grandad's classic gourmet chips now. This is the only version available at Min-A-Mart, so not sure if there is another kettle chip version.

          The nutrition facts printed are different than the original post:

          Per 50g (about 35 chips)
          16g / 25% fat with 6.5g trans
          210mg / 9% sodium

          It taste more like regular chips and not kettle chips, although it does have better potato flavour. I like the fact that it's not salty & greasy like other chips.

          However, I still prefer PC kettle chips as my staple kettle chips.

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      Sookie13 RE: DishyDiva Sep 5, 2011 05:39 PM

      You can buy Grandad's Potato Chips (my FAVOURITE for years) at most Giant Tiger stores. I hope that helps.

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