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Hot-Kid Want Want Senbei Rice Crackers
Snack Review

Hot-Kid Want Want Senbei Rice Crackers

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Taste test: The bag contained 20 separate packs of two crackers. The Nutrition Facts showed a serving size of 11 pieces, with 3.5 servings in the bag, which came close to matching the number of crackers, but that was a very odd serving size — really, 5-1/2 packs? We could see through the wrappers that each cracker was fairly thick and about an inch and a half wide wide by three inches long.

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We crunched to find a crisp, fairly dense and solid but not hard feel, similar to many other rice crackers, though these were quite a bit bigger than other rice crackers. There taste was kind of tangy, mildly sweet and quite nice. We shared these with lots of snackers — some quite reluctant to try them —but the reactions were all positive. The best part of offering these around was being able to say with a straight face, "Do you want a Want Want?" Very good!

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Smell test: Not much.

From the package: “Product of Taiwan” ... “No cholesterol” ... “Vegetarian Foods” ... “Warning: For keeping freshness of product, a desiccant is enclosed which should not be eaten.”

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Company: I Lan Foods Industrial Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at H Mart, Cambridge/Burlington, Massachusetts. Review published .

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