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Rays Salted & Roasted Peanuts

Rays Salted & Roasted Peanuts

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Taste test: This bag of peanuts had the Tampa Bay Rays logo on it, along with a devil ray, but the bag looked suspiciously similar to the Red Sox Peanuts also sold by Hampton Farms.

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This version was (thankfully) salted and thus helped me to keep a high level of sodium in my diet. The shells were easy to break open, and the nuts inside tasted very, very good, with what turned out to be a fairly mild helping of salt. The more peanuts I ate, the better they tasted. I ate this bag at home while watching a baseball game, carefully breaking the shells over a plate, but it's always preferable to eat peanuts at the ballpark, where you can dump the shells onto the ground with impunity.

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Smell test: The usual roasted peanuts smell.

From the package: “At Hampton Farms, our family has been farming since the early 1900's. Today, we remain family owned and committed to producing the finest snacks available. We select only the best peanuts and roast them the old fashioned way, with no oils or preservatives added. This releases the delicious, pure roasted peanut flavor.” ... “Major League baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with permission of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc.” ... “Ingredients: In-Shell Virginia Peanuts, Salt.” ... “Goodness grows In North Carolina”

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Company: Hampton Farms

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Publix. Review published .

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