New England supermarkets are scoring extra points in the salty snack arena by stocking chips and salsa bearing the monikers of local college teams. The chips have gained something of a cult following among college students and alumni, in part because a portion of proceeds from sales is given to charity and the colleges. They also have given a boost to snack department profits since they are rarely, if ever, placed on sale. At least two brands of chips and salsa have made their way to store ...

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