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Rold Gold Holiday Rings
Snack Review

Rold Gold Holiday Rings

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Taste test: This fancy, holiday-themed bag contained fairly ordinary pretzel rings, most of them not quite round and measuring a bit over an inch in diameter (the hole in the middle was just about an inch across in most cases).

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We crunched in to find that they were pretty much standard Rold Gold in taste and texture, so really the exact same product that was previously labeled Pretzel Rings. Pretty good, but considering that Rold Gold had previously made pretzels shaped like stars, bells, Christmas trees and candy canes and snowflakes, we didn't get the point of calling these Holiday Rings.

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Smell test: Standard pretzel smell.

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Company: Frito-Lay

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This snack was discovered at Market Basket. Review published .

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