Gold Emblem Classic Blend Trail Mix

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Gold Emblem Classic Blend Trail Mix

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Taste test: This large bag had a fairly even distribution of raisins, peanuts, almonds, cashews and M&M's, with lots of light spots (maybe salt, maybe tiny bits of nut?) clearly visible on the raisins and almonds. The peanuts were about evenly divided between whole nuts and ones that were split in half, plus there were some roundish pieces that hardly looked like peanuts at all (but they looked way more like peanuts than they did cashews or almonds).

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We crunched in to find that the nuts were very mildly seasoned, with probably just salt. The raisins and M&M's provided some sweetness to balance the saltiness of the three kinds of nuts. Nothing very bold or unusual here, but a good solid standard trail mix.

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Smell test: Typical trail mix smell, raisins, peanuts and chocolate dominate.

From the package: “peanuts, raisins, M&M's® Chocolate Candy, almonds & cashews” ... “Gold Emblem Classic Blend Trail Mix is a sea-salted blend of crunchy nuts, chewy raisins, and sweet M&M's® Chocolate Candy.” ... “Fresh-Lock® is a registered trademark of Presto Products Company.”

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Company: CVS Pharmacy, Inc.

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