Taste test: Having conquered the world of pita chips, Stacy is apparenty trying to expand her empire into pretzels. These flattened pretzels looked just like the Rold Gold Pretzel Thins (available in Three Cheese and plain) from the same parent company, using a shape with five holes rathter than the mrs conventional knotted pretzel shape.
We crunched in to find that they indeed seemed to be pretty much the same as the Rold Gold ones, except with a different flavor. They had a fairly soft crunch and more of a cracker feel than a pretzel texture, but the honey dijon flavoring was pretty good. It was on the mild side, with a low level of sweetness and a slight mustard kick at times. More mustard would have made these better. As would a more pretzel-like texture.
Smell test: Nice sweet honey mustard smell.
From the package: “When Stacy started making pita chips at her sandwich cart in Boston, she knew passion, hard work, and using only high quality, carefully selected ingredients were what her custmers deserved. Those are still our values and what it takes to make the best snacks. It's the harder way, but it's the better way.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .