Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers

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Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers

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Taste test: These snacks were a lot like the Hello Bee Bee Pon Rice Snack, essentially tube-shaped sweetened rice cakes, but this kind was about an inch longer, at 5 inches per tube. They were also packaged in sets of eight rather than individually wrapped. The Costco package included four of these packs (just one of those 8-packs is pictured).

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The lack of individual wrappers had once clear disadvantage: The Rollers were stuck together by their sugar glaze, so it took some minor effort to pull them apart, resulting in some stickiness on the fingertips and some rice pieces flying about. It also made the eating process a bit messy, thanks to that same stickiness and the lack of a wrapper to hold each piece by. Having said that, the snack was quite good, with a sweet taste and light, crunchy texture, much like Hello Bee Bee ones. Very good!

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Smell test: Not much. Just slightly sweet.

From the package: “low fat low sodium no cholesterol gluten free vegan” ... “Our ingredient statement: We use only rice and natural sweeteners. Nothing else, ever. That's our statement and we're sticking with it.” ... “Ingredients: White Rice, Natural Cane Juice, Rice Syrup, Agar.”

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Company: Chef Bobo Brand, Inc.

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Costco. Review published .


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