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 Granite State Potato Chips

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salembrewer

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Granite State Potato Chips Mon, 03/3/03 2:35 PM (permalink)
There was a time in my youth when there were dozens of small potato chip manufacturers. I remember Wonder Chips in Salisbury, MA (gone)Royal Feast in Methuen, MA (might be gone) and the old standby, Granite State on rte. 28 in Salem, NH. My Dad always sprang for a good chip. And so far, my friends, Granite State is STILL GOING. You have to stop by there to get a box or pail, or at least a bag of these chips the way they used to taste. It's a humble roadside gem, with a framed b&w photo of Eisenhower munching some chips with a grin on his face. The warm chips come out from the fryer to be scooped into a box so full that chips could spill everywhere unless you ate two handfuls immediately. Please visit and keep this dying industry alive. (One cannot live by Cape Cod chips alone...)
 
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