Food of the Seventies, Daddy Crisps

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The best potato chips in a can
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Donna - April 23, 2008 - Report this comment
My Mom used to buy these for me all the time, they were the best potato chips in a can. Especially the BBQ flavor
Julie - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
Daddy Crisp potato chips rocked!!!! My mom bought them all the time. Thank you for posting this item!! Just wish they were still around, grease and all!
Shari - June 07, 2010 - Report this comment
These were awesome! I loved the sour cream and onion.
Chomper01 - September 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Here what it says on the can of Daddy Crisps about the potato chips: "There's only one thing to start with when you're making real potato chips...You got it - Real Potatoes. The Daddy Crisps promise.. We Promise: Daddy Crisps is 100% natual. There's no preservatives added, nothing artificial. We Promise: Daddy Crisps is made from the finest fresh potatoes, cooked in vegetable oil and sealed airtight while they're still warm. You can't buy a fresher potato chip than Daddy Crisps. We promise."
Mark W. Blanton - January 16, 2013 - Report this comment
In the '70 I was a vendor selling printing, business forms etc. I dealt directly With Ray Francis. What a character! You would walk into his office and on his desk would be several bowls of potato chips and some coke/pepsi too. Before any business started you had to out try all the chips and correctly identify Daddy Crisp! I always got it right. It was truly my favorite chip! Very Salty! Always brought a smile to Rays face.
Kermit Carson Kirk - June 05, 2017 - Report this comment
I worked at Daddy Crisp in the 1970s near Atlanta. Ray was a down to earth fellow and a good man to work for. I can remember his two children coming with him to his office once. Nice kids, I heard later after he moved to CA. his son got mixed up in unsavory things...Sad..

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