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cshean | Feb 24, 201710:26 AM     2

I've been buying Tim's chips since 1986 when they were introduced at the QFC market in the University Village in Seattle. Originally they were made with pure peanut oil but that changed some years back when Tim's was bought out by Grace Foods. Now they are part of food conglomerate Pinnacle Foods. The quality of the chips has been going downhill fast; most of the chips I've purchased lately have been overcooked and the chips have been very tough. Some of the potatoes were moldy when they were fried. I've contacted the company and they have sent me coupons. I contacted them recenly again and they responded that they are "striving to improve." As far as I know, these are still made in the same plant but something has definitely changed.

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