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Flavor Tree Honey Mustard Sesame Sticks
Snack Review

Flavor Tree Honey Mustard Sesame Sticks

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Taste test: Crunchy, with a strong honey mustard taste, then a strong sesame taste afterward.

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Smell test: Very strong and sharp. Jumps right out of the bag.

From the package: “At Flavor Tree, we're mighty particular about our snacks. And always have been. We like our snacks wholesome, tasty and full of good things. That's why we still make our Flavor Tree Sesame Snacks as we have for over a quarter of a century; with plenty of premium sesame seed and other quality ingredients.”

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Company: John B. Sanfilippo & Son Inc.

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Trivia: Contains soy protein isolates.

This snack was discovered by Jeremy.

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