Stacy's Pretzel Thins Simply Naked
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Stacy's Pretzel Thins Simply Naked

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Taste test: These flattened pretzels followed the same formula as the other Pretzel Thins flavors from Stacy's, with an unusual shape that had five holes rather than the usual three that normal knotted pretzels or Snack Factory's flattened Pretzel Crisps have.

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We crunched in to find a good crispness and lots of pretzel taste. The label said "Naked" but they weren't naked of salt, as there was a nice helping of it on the surfaces. When we ate Stacy's Honey Dijon flavor, we noticed a cracker-like texture, but that wasn't repeated here, as these really did feel like pretzels. Our snackers found these to be a good crunchy companion to their beer, praising the texture and taste.

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Smell test: Good pretzel smell.

From the package: “When Stacy started making pita chips at her sandwich cart in Boston, she knew passion, hard work, and using only high quality, carefully selected ingredients were what her custmers deserved. Those are still our values and what it takes to make the best snacks. It's the harder way, but it's the better way.”

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Company: Stacy's Pita Chip Company, Inc.

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

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