I wondered after I stopped seeing Granny Goose chips in the local supermarkets:
The company’s brands already have been sold, with the Padrino’s brand of tortilla chips going to Grande Foods of Southern California, and the Granny Goose brands going to Oregon-based Snack Alliance, which is dually owned by Oregon-based Snak Corp. and City of Industry-based Snack King.
All of the company’s brands will continue to appear in stores, although only Grande Foods will produce using former Granny Goose facilities.
Well, I haven’t seen 'em recently. Any of them, much less any of the rarely seen “Native American” corn chips (you did used to see them fairly often in single-serving packages in deli’s and so on, but very rarely in bigger bags).
BTW, on separate logins - if you are using Netscape, it supports the idea of separate profiles for multiple users on one machine, so you could go that route if you wanted to. You can even open Netscape bookmarks as normal HTML files, so it’s relatively easy to get at a bookmark made by one user while logged in as another, while keeping the cookie files separate.