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Old Dutch Chips

Chloe May 15, 2003 11:08 AM

I love Old Dutch Jalapeno and Cheddar chips, can't find them in Toronto, only had them in Manitoba. Does anyone know of a store that sell these chips?



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    Jason Wiens RE: Chloe May 15, 2003 11:39 AM

    Old Dutch is western Canada only. I have not seen them in Eastern Canada, but you might want to try Cape Cod Jalapeno and Chedder.

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      Kevin Bertsch RE: Jason Wiens May 17, 2003 10:29 PM

      Not just in Western Canada - very popular in Kitchener Waterloo, at least they were when I lived there a dozen years ago.

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      Mr. Guy RE: Chloe May 15, 2003 12:21 PM

      The last time I looked, Highland Farms in Mississauga (Hurontario St. at Matheson) had them.

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        Chloe RE: Mr. Guy May 15, 2003 12:30 PM

        Thanks so much, I'm actually going to Missisauga this weekend, so I'll take a look.

        Have a good long weekend!


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          divinediner RE: Mr. Guy May 21, 2003 02:12 PM

          Since it is obvious they are still around, can someone tell me where to find these chips in the east-end?

          I miss them.

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          ndo. RE: Chloe May 15, 2003 12:59 PM

          there is a store on the corner of king and parliament
          that sells them. (i think its called c-store).

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            ndo. RE: Chloe May 15, 2003 12:59 PM

            there is a store on the corner of king and parliament
            that sells them. (i think its called c-store).

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              Middydd RE: ndo. May 15, 2003 03:54 PM

              Probably Super C, that would make sense because I occasionally find Old Dutch at some branches of Loeb. I think they're branches of the same company.

              The black pepper flavour Old Dutch are very good.

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              divinediner RE: Chloe May 15, 2003 01:47 PM

              If these are the chips that used to come packaged in a box, with two cellophane packets inside, I used to buy them myself. But I haven't seen them for a long time now.
              They were good!

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                danbird RE: Chloe May 15, 2003 05:03 PM

                dundas square, at dundas west and bloor west... there's a small variety store inside (conveniently across from the LCBO). they sell old dutch.

                while you're there, check out the korean place. get the...bugger, i can't remember what it's called... it's a thinly-sliced beef stirfry thing. used to have it every day for lunch when i worked in the area.

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                  asterisk RE: Chloe May 16, 2003 02:03 PM

                  I've never seen them in a box here, but you can get many flavours in big bags at AGA Convenience, NW corner of Church and Dundas. They have the aforementioned Jalapeno/Cheddar, plus Buffalo Wings, Roast Chicken, and Salt & Pepper... flavours I never saw in Winnipeg, but then again I've been here two years.

                  For all you Winnipeggers in Toronto, check out www.ethelbertstreet.com - a web site for people like us. It also includes a more comprehensive list of where to find Old Dutch in TO.

                  Link: http://www.ethelbertstreet.com

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                    shaun glogauer RE: Chloe May 18, 2003 05:22 PM

                    If you are in the Thornhill/Richmond hill area there is a convenience store on the north east corner of Bathurst and Rutherford that definitely sells Old Dutch chips. I don't know all the flavors they have 'cause I only buy Ketchup or Salt & Vinegar. I often make a special trip just to buy them there.

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                      cs RE: Chloe May 18, 2003 09:31 PM

                      The Hasty Market on Dundas West and Quebec (just a little west of High Park Ave.) sells Old Dutch. My favorite, too!

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                        divinediner RE: Chloe May 28, 2003 08:37 PM

                        Eureka!... Upon discussing this thread with my daughter, she has just reminded me of where we did used to buy these chips. I was just there and they do still sell them... although I didn't see any of the old boxed chips, they had several varieties in bags.
                        The store is called The Kitchen Table, a little grocery-type store in a small strip mall on The Donway West in Don Mills. It's that funny little street that runs behind Don Mills mall (at Don Mills and Lawrence). There is a big Blockbuster store on one end of the strip mall, just in case you drive by without seeing it.

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                          Jules RE: Chloe Sep 18, 2003 10:30 AM

                          You can only find old dutch chips in convieniance stores. London Ontario has them, up north in Little Current.

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                            jules RE: Chloe Sep 18, 2003 10:34 AM

                            me again, go to Bob's produce ranch, and enjoy!

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