by Snyder's of Hanover |
Item # 112455
Model # 22190 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Snyder's pretzel sticks
  • Favorite pretzels in little sticks
  • Individual packages
  • 1 gram of fat per serving
current price: $22.78$0.38/ea
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Snyder's® of Hanover Pretzel Sticks 1.5 oz. (60 ct.) are known not just for the town they are made in, but also for the rich flavor of a classic pretzel with a crunchy and unique shape. The crunchy little pretzel sticks are great for eating, dipping and skewering treats on.

Can the Individual Bags Be Resold?

This large collection of Snyder's of Hanover Pretzel Sticks is great for individual sale. Grab them for a concession stand, vending machine or food service station and your customers will be excited for the Snyder's name and the great taste of their pretzel sticks.

How Is There Only 1 Gram of Fat?

Snyder's of Hanover prides itself on the creation of a quality tasting pretzel that's also great for you. This is exactly what happens with Snyder's of Hanover pretzels in one serving. You also will only have 160 calories, 0 grams of saturated fat, 420 mg of sodium and 1 gram of sugars – per the 42.5 gram serving. A full list of ingredients and nutrition facts is available on the back of the individual package.

What Are the Snacks Good For?

Snyder's of Hanover Pretzel Sticks are the perfect anytime snack because of their great taste and because they are made healthy for you. Toss a bag in your lunch instead of chips. Grab a handful for the road trip when you get a case of the munchies. Use them when it is your turn to bring snacks for your daughter or son's class. They are prepackaged and ready to go so they pass most school requirements. Have them on hand in the conference room for meetings so employees make a better choice for a snack.

Why Is Hanover in the Brand Name?

The specific reference to the name of Hanover refers to the town in Pennsylvania where the pretzels are made. Snyder's is known as America's Pretzel Bakery Since 1909® because of the origination of their baking of this specific style of pretzel.

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