Nut Harvest Grab 'n Go Bites Sweet Meets Salty
Taste test: This bag contained smallish, generally dome-shaped clusters made from crushed peanuts, raisins, Mini M&M's (except not really, as they lacked actual M's and were identified in the ingredients as "Candy Pieces") and some other stuff.
They were good, with a good mix of sweet and salty, just as promised. After eating all of the clusters in the bag (the Nutrition Facts said 2.5 servings, but I did it in one sitting), I discovered that the bottom of the bag was filled with various pieces that had fallen off, combining for about enough to make one more cluster. I poured all that stuff into my mouth to finish it off. Pretty good, and it went well with some cold milk.
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Smell test: Maybe slitly peanut buttery, but kind of an indistinct mostly savory smell.
From the package: “Trail Mix Clusters” ... “Good source of fiber” ... “6g of Total Fat per Serving”
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