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Wanted to send in a review on Clancy's Cinnamon Apple Chips. First found some at Walmart and tried them. (Welch's) My son-in-law told me Aldi's carried them also and he them picked me up a couple bags.(Clancy's) They were probably the best snack I recall eating. Went and picked up a whole box of a dozen. Those didn't last long. So I went back and couldn't find any. I asked about them and one employee thought that was just a promotional item. Didn't think they'd get anymore in. I thought I was writing to Clancy's but apparently I'm not. Just wanted to tell them how great they were and where I could get more.

Thank You

Ron Coxson

505 1/2 Jackson St.

Jamestown. Pa. 16134


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I agree it’s pretty pathetic that they get like 5 boxes of them a year they have no idea how much money both companies are missing out on so Iv been doing my best to see if I can just buy them in bulk from the main Clancy company


They are great!!!

Owings Mills, Maryland, United States #1282104

They are a seasonal item at Aldi's. Best to stock up in the fall.

to Anonymous #1466064

I just bought some yesterday at Aldi's in Knoxville, Tn.

Columbia, South Carolina, United States #1239071

Aldi's does this "promotional item" stuff all the time. At least you bought plenty while they were available.

Wait a few weeks or months and they will be back unexpectedly.

By the way, Aldi has a website but I don't recall any way to email them, etc. Apparently, they don't care what customers think.

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