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Jul 15, 2003 08:57 AM

Old Dutch Chips - St Clair and Yonge

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For all the earlier posters looking for Old Dutch potato chips there is a store at Deer Park and St Clair (1 block west of Yonge) carrying Old Dutch.

They seem to have every flavour including some I didn't know existed - like Buffalo Wings.

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  1. Thank you sooo much!!!!! I hope they have Ketchup. I'm from Winnipeg and have searched in Ottawa, now that I live here, I heard that TO has a few suppliers!

    Thank you!

    1. An excellent find.
      They also have Southwestern Spice, Outback Smokey BBQ, Roast Chicken and 2 of the 4 Lay's 'local' varieties: PEI Loaded Baked Potato and Wild Stampede BBQ. But they don't have (and hadn't heard of) the 'Toronto' chip by Lay's "Toronto College Street Pizza" - has anyone seen these anywhere? I know it's a marketing gimmic, but I still want to try them.

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      1. re: estufarian

        I don't think the College Street variety are out yet. The Calgary Stampede and P.E.I flavours are limited editions, apparently they'll be gone and two more flavours will take their place. If you go to the Lays website you can vote for which two flavours you want next. I think I voted for the College Street and Montreal flavours.

        1. re: Middydd

          yeah - I saw Toronto's flavour in a sobey's yesterday. I'm voting for Ottawa this time on the site but I am biased. go ottawa

        2. re: estufarian

          In the Old Dutch line the Extreme "Jalapeno and Cheddar" and "Salt and Pepper" flavours are also worth trying.

          Another good chip is the Kettle Cooked Master Choice "Malt Vinegar and Salt" flavour, I get them at Food Basics.

          1. re: estufarian

            I saw the toronto flavour in a store the other day. I voted for Ottawa Maple BBQ on the website yesterday

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