Taste test: These were excellent vinegar chips.
They were sliced very thinly, were extremely crisp, and tasted great. The vinegar zing was nice, but it was not the strongest in the world, which meant that it did not cover up the excellent potato taste of the underlying chips. The chips seemed to break into a million pieces in my mouth upon biting in, a result of the crispness and thinness of the chips. Some of the chips were brown or green around some edges.
Smell test: Potatoey and mildly vinegary. Very nice!
From the package: “The Pride of New England™” ... “We are Traditionalists. Back in 1919, The Carville family created their first potato chips in their Enfield, Connecticut kitchen on the Massachusetts-Connecticut state line. State Line Potato Chips soon became the favorite of New Englanders. 1919 was a long time ago and time has changed many things. Big companies now market flashy mass-produced potato chips and snacks as fast as they can. However, we are still producing Stateline Potato chips, and we will not forget our traditions. The Enfield kitchen may be long gone, but our promise remains the same. What makes us so good? We use top quality New England potatoes, and always cook them with care. We do not need to make them fast, only to make them as you like them. Our commitment to you. We will not forget our tradition. New Englanders know and deserve the best, and we will continue to deliver the same commitment to quality without compromise that you have always expected of us. Not flashy and high-tech — JUST GOOD.” ... “Product of Canada”
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Company: John M. Boyd Co.
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