Talk:Old Dutch Foods

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Beef jerky[edit]

Old Dutch has been selling beef jerky (at least in Canada) for much longer than 2005.

I can vouch for Canada's Old Dutch selling beef jerky since at least the mid-90s... The US variety seems to be different though. Compare (bottom right) to (top right). The US beef jerky seems to be the normal, sliced up meat sold in a bag type, whereas the Canadian is a processed and formed flat stick sold in a box to stores and individually to customers. They don't appear to have the "Bac'n Puffs" or Pepperoni/"Super Beef" Sticks in the US either. For that matter, it looks like the US brand doesn't have Ketchup chips, and Salt n Vinegar is apparently only available in the Dutch Crunch line. Worth noting if an American can confirm. --Msgohan 19:28, 19 August 2006 (UTC)

Ketchup flavor[edit]

They introduced a bizarre "ketchup flavored" potato chip around 1975 when I lived in Winnipeg. They had these freaky redd-ish splotches on them. Yucky! Rob Banzai 18:36, 16 August 2006 (UTC)

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Proposed merge with Humpty Dumpty Snack Foods[edit]

mergeto parent company DGG ( talk ) 01:18, 23 January 2016 (UTC)

My feeling is to leave the article, there is no need for a merge. The company is still a subsidiary (the brand still exists), and the page is sourced and meets GNG. I don't see a need. Garchy (talk) 18:03, 3 April 2017 (UTC)