Fisher Nut Exactly Snack Bites Peanut Popcorn Dipped in Peanut Butter
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Fisher Nut Exactly Snack Bites Peanut Popcorn Dipped in Peanut Butter

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Taste test: This snack took an unusual form, with each "Bite" being a cluster consisting of popcorn (possibly kernels that were broken up after popping, then stuck back together) and some chopped peanuts, with one end dipped into a sugary peanut butter concoction. The clusters generally had a flat surface on the peanut butter end.

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They were lightly crunchy and quite tasty, a nice mix of sweet and salty. Tastewise, the peanut butter was far more noticeable than the chopped peanuts.

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Smell test: Sweet peanut butter smell, mostly.

From the package: “You love snacking. But you want to feel good about the snacks you love. You hunger for delicious ingredients with a satisfying crunch, but also a touch of sweetness. Where every bite leaves you coming back for more, but more doesn't feel like too much. Yep, you want it all. And now you can have it all in one poppable bite-sized snack.” ... “It's not exactly peanuts. It's not exactly popcorn. It's not exactly peanut butter. It's Nut Exactly Snack Bites.”

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Company: John B. Sanfilippo & Son Inc.

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Market Basket. Review published .

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