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Snack Review

Southwest Airlines Dry Roasted Peanuts

Southwest Airlines Dry Roasted Peanuts

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Taste test: These peanuts are OK.

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They're pretty much just plain peanuts without the shells. If there's any salt or flavoring on them, it's not much. If you were on a long flight, starving for some food, these might slightly hit the spot, for a few minutes, anyway. But I'd recommend bringing a bag of potato chips on board for those kinds of situations.

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Smell test: Good peanut smell, almost like peanut butter.

From the package: “Byte-sized fares.” ... “Ingredients: Peanuts, Dry Roasted with Salt and Tapioca Dextria” ... “Produced in a facility that produces peanuts and other nuts.” [Editor's note: Good to know!]

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Company: King Nut Company (a Kanan Enterprises company)

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This snack was discovered by Amitai aboard Southwest Airlines. Review published .

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