Penn State Original Sea Salted Giant Pretzels Reviews
Product Type: Penn State Snacks
Description:Brand: Penn State / Type: Snacks
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Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
by - written on 11/10/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I am currently trying to eat a little healthier but it doesn't seem to last long as my biggest downfall is crisps! As I work long hours in a pretty boring job I tend to just want to snack throughout the day so I decided I had to find something better than a bag of crisps or peanuts. At Christmas time my mum would always buy packets of pretzels and I absolutely adore them, but they weren't something that was usually readily available throughout the year. However, Asda (and other large supermarkets) now seem to sell them all year round so I have started buying them to replace my other snacks. Penn State Pretzels come in a foil packet which will keep them fresh ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Penn State Pretzels are a renound brand within the pretzel world, there are not many supermarket brands out there so this one tends to be only one is some supermarkets apart from their own brand. These are a great alternative to crisps providing you like a salty snack and are happy with the flavours. The look? These come in large 175g bags, although these are half full of air to deceit you slightly into thinking there is more content than there actually is. The pretzels are shiny in appearance with little salt cubes attached to each individual pretzel. The inside of the bag is foil lined to keep freshness and the exterior has a simple photo of a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I'm a big fan of salted pretzels and usually when we want to get some in our weekly shop 'Penn State' is the brand to pick up (it's either that or supermarket's own). The 'Original Sea Salted Giant Pretzels' pack comes in a 175g bag with the recognizable 'Penn State' logo at the top, the product name below that in a dark red font and a photo of the large pretzels taking up the rest of the front. This packaging is very noticeable in the shops and the photo gives you a good idea of how large these pretzels are. The package keeps these pretzels fresh enough, and I should mention it's best to finish the pack 2 days after opening them otherwise they taste a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
In my search for interesting and different snacks to offer my choosy 'fed-up-of-crisps' teenagers, I discovered these pretzels recently. The packaging is now cream coloured rather than black but the Penn State logo is still displayed prominently on these large sharing bags of pretzels. Penn State pretzels come in different flavours but I have been buying the original salted version. The product and my experience of it: I found the 175g sharing bag surprisingly large. It was more than ample for the four of us to share. The pretzels themselves are quite big, nicely browned and have little chunks of sea salt clearly visible here and there. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I love all sorts of snacky foods and usually on a weekly shop will buy lots of bags of crisps to work my way through. However I am trying to bin that rather unhealthy diet and so when I spotted these thought that I would try and ween myself off slow and get something instead of my usual crispy delights to try out! The Packaging: Mainly black foil and plastic bag and on the front of said bag there is a photograph of the pretzels and I am told that they are Penn State Original Sea Salted Giant Pretzels 'Baked with an authentic American Recipe' and there is an at a glance nutritional chart shown. On the back of the bag other information listed includes ... Read the complete review
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