Food of the Eighties, Sealtest Dips
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Sealtest used to make the best dips ever. When I was a kid in Georgia, my family enjoyed eating Ruffles potato chips with Sealtest Clam Dip at least once per week. Then they stopped selling it, so we'd buy their Sealtest French Onion Dip and add canned minced clams to it. Then in the late 80's, all Sealtest dips disappeared from the store shelves. My whole family was heartbroken, and we've never found anything even close ever since.
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ACJ - January 31, 2008 - Report this comment
Sealtest was THE dairy company in the South back in the day!! My school served Sealtest milk for lunch every day--that was when the only drink choice was milk!
crt - February 24, 2012 - Report this comment
I know!!! It was a Friday night treat for us. It was soooo good. Wonder where it went?
shanan - October 30, 2013 - Report this comment
We loved that dip too!!! I have found a dip that is similar.... Helluvagood French onion. (Yes,that is the real name.) The company is based out of Sodus, NY. Give it a try! Hope you like it!!
John - February 12, 2014 - Report this comment
Sealtest chip dips continued to be available in the province of Ontario through various variety stores (never major grocers for some reason). It has recently been discontinued here as well.
Jeff - March 12, 2014 - Report this comment
Man...the clam dip was awesome!!But don't forget..The had the cucumber and onion and the blue cheese also..They were all made by Kraft...They sold out..and the company went north...From what I have seen the French Onion is still produced and released in the Ontario area..Man..the good ole days!!

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