Meiji Autoland Printed Biscuits

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Meiji Autoland Printed Biscuits

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Taste test: This box contained a foil bag filled with various shapes of crackers, each bearing an illustration in some sort of edible, dark purple ink, showing different types of vehicles, along with words identifying the various vehicles.

So they were kind of like edible flash cards. They tasted kind of like Ritz Crackers, though less buttery and denser than Ritz. They didn't look like Ritz, as they didn't have holes or the slightly fluffy look. Shapes included round, rectangular, 8-sided and some that had square bottoms and rounded tops. The shapes didn't appear to bear any relation to the vehicles pictured, which ran the gamut from trucks to buses, yachts, trains and submarines. Oddly, one that appeared to be a steam locomotive was labeled as "S•L" — which wouldn't seem all that helpful as a learning too. But still, they were crunchy and tasty crackers.

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Smell test: Not much.

From the package: “Delicious & Fun! 24 names to learn!” ... “Product of Singapore”

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Company: Meiji Seika Kaisha Ltd. (Japan)

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

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