Jun 1, 2013

News: Snyder's of Hanover Unveils 7 New Products

Snyder's of Hanover is out with four new types of flavored pretzels and three new varieties of reduced fat tortilla chips.

Here's a list of the new additions:

- Roasted Garlic & Herb Nibblers feature naturally-aged sourdough pretzels broken into bite-sized pieces and seasoned with a blend of roasted garlic and savory herbs. They're available in 12-ounce bags for around $3.69.

- Spicy Cheddar Pretzel Sandwiches consists of two round pretzel snaps filled with a jalapeno cheddar cheese filling. These come in a 8-ounce bag for a suggested retail of $3.69.

- New Flavor Doubles combine two different flavors of Snyder's pretzel pieces in one bag. They're available with Hot Buffalo Wing & Buttermilk Ranch and Cheddar Cheese & Cracked Pepper flavor combinations. They come in 10-ounce bags for about $3.69 each.

- Whole Grain Tortilla Chips come with 28% less fat than regular tortilla chips, are certified gluten-free by the Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO) and carry a "100% Whole Grain" stamp from the Whole Grains Council. These are available in a 16-ounce bag for $3.49 each.

- Dippin' Strips Tortilla Chips also feature 28% less fat than regular tortilla chips. They're your standard plain salted chips cut into rectangular strips for dipping. These also come in 16-ounce bags with a suggested retail of $3.49 each.

- Twist of Lime Tortilla Chips are also reduced fat with 28% less fat than regular tortilla chips and come with a 14-ounce bag for $3.49.

If you're looking to try these and don't know where to get them, Snyder's of Hanover has a handy product locator online to help you out.

1 comment:

  1. Will BuckinghamSunday, June 02, 2013

    I really wish they would bring back some of their "exotic" potato chip flavors. My favorite used to be Grilled Steak and Onion, but it's been off shelves for years now. They always seemed to have more pronounced flavors than the competition and didn't skimp on the flavor dust. Shame they cut most of the line.


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