by Utz |
Item # 645575
Model # 320 |

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About this item

  • No cholesterol
  • Kosher
  • Two- 43-oz. Utz Party Mix Barrels
  • Pub mix of chips
  • Low fat
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Having the right snacks available at your next party can make or break the event. With Utz® Party Mix Barrels 43 oz (2 ct.) you can offer your guests a mix of salty treats. There are a variety of chip products in each container, something to satisfy all your guests. This container makes a great pub snack mix for those who own bars and pubs.

What Is the Nutritional Content of the Utz Party Mix Barrels?

Every once of chips, or approximately ¾ cup, is a serving. There are 150 calories in each serving with 7 grams of fat and no cholesterol. Each ¾ cup bowl has 250 milligrams sodium with 19 grams of carbohydrates and less than a gram of sugar. You get 2 grams of protein and 2% of your daily value of vitamin A and calcium with 4% of iron.

What Types of Chips Are Part of the Utz Pub Mix?

Each of the Utz Party Mix Barrels has a mix of tortilla chips, barbecue corn chips, nachos, crunchy cheese curls and pretzel wheels. While these are relatively evenly distributed throughout the containers, one may have slightly more of one type of chip than another package.

Is the Utz Party Mix Gluten-free?

Sadly, this mix of chips is not considered gluten-free. While there are components not made with gluten products, there are other chips that are, and they are intermixed with one another. Those with celiac disease cannot consume this product safely. In addition to wheat, this mix contains milk and soy allergens which should not be eaten by those with sensitivity to these ingredients. There may also be contamination from sesame seeds as they manufacture this snack in the same facility as products which use sesame seeds.

Is Utz Snack Mix Kosher?

The Orthodox Union certified Utz Snack Mix as kosher for their dairy ingredients. Those following a kosher diet or Jewish law can enjoy these chips year round, with the possible exception of Passover as dictated by Jewish custom.

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