Take note ladies and gents: the easiest way to my heart is with a bottle of wine and a box of Grimaldi's chocolate covered potato chips.— Mandy Parente (@mandyp6453) June 14, 2015
If you haven't had Grimaldi's chocolate covered potato chips, you haven't lived.— m e g s (@MeganTuringan_) July 8, 2014
Grimaldi's chocolate coved potato chips are the SHIT!! I think I may bring a case of them home and freeze them so... http://t.co/KsCtd0jr1P— lisa (@spn1307) November 29, 2013
Fans of the Grimaldi Candy Co.'s chocolate-covered potato chips will start seeing the salty-sweet treat at all Publix Super Markets beginning Thursday.
Each 7.5 ounce box – half milk-chocolate chips and the other half dark chocolate – will sell for about $10 a box. They'll be on the shelves of all 1,103 Publix stores.
"It's huge, it's absolutely huge," Jim Frazier, president of the Rockledge-based Grimaldi, said of the deal.
This is HUGE! So jealous of you guys down south, get out to Publix and support my dear friend Trisha Anderson... https://t.co/iDsS9aLq3J— Kathy Caffray (@kathycaffray) November 5, 2015
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