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Where To Buy Old Dutch *BAKED* Ketchup Chips

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Dec 26, 2004
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Where To Buy Old Dutch *BAKED* Ketchup Chips

Hi Everyone,

After exhausting my search attempts, I decided post a inquiry online:

Does anyone know where I can find ***BAKED*** Ketchup Chips made by Old Dutch. The packaging looks like this: http://www.olddutchfoods.ca/product-fla ... chup-baked

Bear in mind, this is not to be confused with the regular ketchip chips by Old Dutch (non baked version), which are available everywhere.

Just around my area in Scarborough, I checked No Frills, Real Canadian Super Store, Freshco, Food Basics, Shoppers Drug Mart, Rexall, Highland Farms, - to no available.

If anyone knows, it would be very helpful.

Thanks in advance.
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Baked Chips are not as popular as Regular Chips... So no real surprise that they are hard to find, more so flavored Ketchup ones.

If you don't get a lead here on RFD, I suggest you use the Old Dutch website (link you provided) and use their Contact / Customer Service info to actually ask them who in your general area stocks them regularly.
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I always see these at my local Save On Foods. Are you near a Save On?
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alexh9 wrote:
Oct 10th, 2017 1:46 am
I always see these at my local Save On Foods. Are you near a Save On?
There's no Save-on-Foods in the East.
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You will need to check the western provinces. They carry more variety than us as Old Dutch is very popular in those areas. These are some of Old Dutch that I brought back from Winnipeg a couple years ago.
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In Alberta I've found them at Safeway, Save-on-Foods and Dollar Tree
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Thanks everyone. I submitted a inquiry with the company, no response yet, I'll call the Mississauga office.
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Karthigan wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 5:35 pm
Thanks everyone. I submitted a inquiry with the company, no response yet, I'll call the Mississauga office.
They were much easier to find a year or two ago, I guess they didn't sell all that well. The Baked Ketchup and Baked Salt & Vinegar were my two favorites. Out here in Vancouver I can still find them at Save on Foods and Thrifty Foods from time to time. Thrifty's is a subsidiary of Sobeys so perhaps you would have luck there? Mac's used to carry them as well so try a few local Mac's and you might get lucky.

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