Taste test: This box contained a tray holding a dozen chocolate-covered marshmallow sticks with a series of ridges along their lengths (I guess the were called Twists because they had sort of a spiral-like look, though the weren't really spirals). I bit in to find a soft feel and a texture that was about midway along the marshmallow spectrum from chewy to melty.
The package came wrapped in cellophane, which I didn't give much significance at first. But when I re-opened it the next day to eat some more pieces, I found that the marshmallow felt much chewier, so apparently these have a short shelf life once opened.
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Smell test: Good mix of marshmallow and chocolate.
From the package: “Kosher for Passover Rabbi D.I. Sheinkopf” ... “Please note: liquified legumous extracts, E.G., corn syrup, in kosher for passover foods, are fully sanctioned for ashkenazim and sephardim alike by preeminent orthodox halachic authorities, including the renowned Posek Hador, R. Yitzchak Elchanon spector, ZTL.” ... “Made in the USA”
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Company: Joyva Corp.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Stop & Shop. Review published .
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