Taste test: This snack box included a 100-calorie bag of Honey Maid Cinnamon Thin Crisps (small hexagonal graham crackers); a package of Kraft Handi-Snacks cookie sticks and cheese dip; and a bag of Nabisco Tropical Dried Fruit Mix (consisting of banana chips, pineapple, mango and golden raisins).
The graham crackers tasted good, as they were thick and crunchy, and quite filling for just 100 calories. The Handi-Snacks included eight slightly sweet cookie/cracker sticks to dip into the tub of tangy cheese. I ate them all and used up all of the dip, but it seemed underwhelming. The fruit mix was bad, as it was filled with tiny pieces of too-sweet sugarized fruit, so even if there had been particular kinds in there that I wanted to eat, it was tough to get at them. Even the banana chips were bad, as they had no sweetness and tasted like chalk. The inside of the box included a Sudoku puzzle and 35-cent coupon for a 20-oz. Sprite.
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Company: Oakfield Farms
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