Popular regional snacks online?

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rainyday6
Hamburger
2009/10/27 02:56:58
Looking for stuff to order online like the Utz chips.  I'm more interested in savory, but unusual sweets would be good, too.  Any favorites?  Thanks!
cavandre
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Popular regional snacks online? 2009/10/27 08:02:15
From east-central FL, Grimaldi's Chips N' Chocolate ! They're chocolate covered potato chips. I didn't think this combination would work until I tried them & found them addictive with the sweet & savory taste. While I usually prefer dark chocolate in all things, I think that the milk chocolate works better in this case.
EatingTheRoad
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Popular regional snacks online? 2009/10/27 08:17:05
This may not be exactly what you're looking for but might help a little:
Snacks - http://www.crossroads-mar.../Snacks/products/1027/
Candy- http://www.hometownfavorites.com/
Soda - http://www.crossroads-mar...-Drinks/products/1018/

You can get Utz directly from them:
http://www.utzsnacks.com/store/




Also Amazon is always a good resource.
post edited by EatingTheRoad - 2009/10/27 08:19:50
mjp79
Junior Burger
Re:Popular regional snacks online? 2009/10/27 18:19:19
Beer&Snausages
Cheeseburger
Re:Popular regional snacks online? 2009/10/27 22:51:16
Philly's Tastykakes:
http://www.tastykake.com/

For Hawaiian delicacies: Cracked Seed, Li Hing Mui,
http://www.crackseedcenter.com/default.aspx
scurry
Junior Burger
Re:Popular regional snacks online? 2009/10/29 12:31:21
In PA, lots to choose from . . .
 
from small companies:
http://www.georgehowe.com/store/
 
to big:
http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=12443028
 
BelleReve
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Popular regional snacks online? 2009/10/31 15:01:40
Here's lunch:

www.Zapps.com - it's a thick sliced potato chip, lots of flavors, but I think their Cajun Crawtator is the best 

www.chisesibros.com - great hams! I don't think they sell online, but you might might find out their distribution area

www.Zatarains.com - their Creole mustard on ham sandwiches is wonderful, a brown mustard with ground mustard seed and maybe a tad horseradish in it