Have you had these chips? You may see them here and there around Atlanta but these chips are everywhere in New Orleans and, I imagine, the surround areas. Zapp's are kettle chips with some kickin Louisiana flavors that you just can't find in typical grocery stores in Georgia.
We had a bag (or two) of these a day during our stay at New Orleans, trying out each flavor and experimenting with different chip combinations. My favorites were the Voodoo and the Spicy Cajun Crawtators. The Voodoo is a hexalicious combination of salty, savory, and slight spiciness that keeps your hand reaching in for more. The Spicy Crawtator tastes like a combination of spicy Cajun spices with shrimp cracker seasoning mixed together on a kettle chip. While both are good by themselves, I think they're better when eaten together. The Voodoo can get salty after awhile so balancing it out with the spicy, shrimpy/crawfishy taste of the Spicy Crawtators is perfect.
If you're Canadian like your boy, you've had Ketchup chips before. The spicy ketchup chips is exactly what it sounds like and it's awesome. If you like Tobasco ketchup, you'll like that flavor. The sweet potato was good though not memorable and the WHO DAT is actually regular kettle chips but the packaging is cool so I'm giving props where it's due.