About this item
- Individual size snack packs
- Your favorite pretzel varieties
- Small bags are perfect for on-the-go
- Great snacks for stocking your pantry, office, or school
- Snyder's of Hanover pretzels
Sample the flavors included in Snyder's® of Hanover Pretzel Lovers Variety Pack (36 ct.) for delicious, crunchy snack. You can choose from Sourdough Pretzels, sample Honey Mustard and Onion Pretzel Pieces, or enjoy everyone's favorite: Mini Pretzels.
Why Is Snyder's of Hanover Pretzel Lovers Variety Pack a Good Snack Food?
In this variety pack, you get 12 bags of each flavor. Keep them on hand for snacks between meals, after school and on-the-go or to have with lunch. Included are: Minis, Sourdough Nibblers, Honey Mustard and Onion Pretzel Pieces.
Made in a peanut-free facility, Snyder's of Hanover pretzels are safe for schools, making them a good fit for both kids and grown-ups.
In addition, they are made with no high-fructose corn syrup and no MSG, and the Minis and Sourdough Nibblers are Non-GMO Project Verified.
What Varieties of Pretzel Does Snyder of Hanover Make?
Along with the flavors included in the Snyder's of Hanover Pretzel Lovers Variety Pack, other pretzel brands Snyder's makes are: Flavored Pretzel Pieces (in a wide range of flavors such as Peanut-Butter Filled, Cheddar Ale, and Hot Buffalo Wing); Pretzel Sandwiches; Chocolate Covered Pretzels; Braided Twists; and even Gluten-Free. So if you haven't experienced anything but Snyder's pretzel pieces and Snyder's pretzel bites, there's no time like the present to expand your repertoire.
About Snyder's of Hanover
Beginning with a family recipe that was formulated over a century ago, Snyder's of Hanover is the proud manufacturer of "America's favorite pretzel." Harry Warehime began in 1909 by producing Olde Tyme Pretzels. A decade later, in the 1920s, Edward Snyder II and his father were frying up potato chips and selling them door to door. In 1924, the two burgeoning business joined forces to become Snyder's Bakery. Throughout the 1940s, demand and distribution grew, and a second factory was built in Berlin, PA. In 1980, Snyder's of Hanover was spun off from the main company, focusing on snack foods while the main company focused on vegetables.