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Granny Goose corn chips?

GretchenS | Mar 9, 200410:02 AM     2

Many years ago when I went to school in the Bay area, a company called Granny Goose made unusual, thick corn chips (called, I think, Native American corn chips) that came in a shiny silver bag. My father was obsessed with them and I always had to bring a bunch home to Boston for him. The last time I was out there I couldn't find any. Are they still around, and if so, can you suggest a place to buy them within striking distance of Palo Alto? Thanks in advance!

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