by Van Holten's |
Item # 188179
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Model # 682229 |

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About this item

  • Individually wrapped Jumbo Van Holten's Dill Pickle
  • Ideal for C-store, concessions and food service
  • No need to refrigerate
  • 12 count
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Satisfy your craving for dill-lectable pickles that conveniently fit into your lifestyle with Van Holten's™ Pickle-In-A-Pouch Jumbo Dill - 12ct. These ultra-crunchy and juicy pickles are individually wrapped for an easy snack and makes a delicious accompaniment to any meal.

About Van Holten's Pickle-In-A-Pouch Jumbo Dill

This case contains one dozen jumbo dill pickles that have been individually sealed with their own juices in a handy plastic pouch. Simply tear open a pouch and you have a crunchy and tasty pickle to munch on. They don't need to be refrigerated and are perfectly portable. Pickle-In-A-Pouch is created by Van Holten's, a company based in Wisconsin that is devoted to the delicious art of pickling, with its Jumbo Dill Pickle-In-A-Pouch being one of their top-sellers with pickle enthusiast across the nation.

Where Can I Enjoy My Van Holten Pickles?

Anywhere! That's the beauty of these Van Holten's dill pickles. You can keep a few at home, your car, work, or carry in lunchboxes. They're easy to open and make a delicious snack on their own or alongside sandwiches, potato chips, salads and more. This multipack is also perfect for restocking convenience stores and concession stands and comes with its own cardboard display case. If you're hosting a barbecue or picnic, be sure to have some Van Holten pickles on hand to delight guests of all ages.

Are Van Holten's Pickle-In-A-Pouch Jumbo Dill Healthy?

Yes! Van Holten's dill pickles have zero fat, zero cholesterol and are low in carbohydrates and calories. They're of course made with cucumbers, so are technically a vegetable. Pickles pack a wallop of antioxidants and their juice provides an excellent source of electrolytes. They've been linked to possible weight loss, reducing muscle cramps, reducing diabetes symptoms and fighting free radicals that have been linked to cancer and heart disease. Dill pickles are particularly nutritious and have less sugar than their sweet pickle counterparts, though be mindful of their sodium levels as they may adversely affect your health.

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