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Tailgate Snack Mix, 18 oz. Resealable Tin

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Tailgate Snack Mix, 18 oz. Resealable Tin

Tailgate Snack Mix, 18 oz. Resealable Tin

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Made up of a savory blend of Virginia peanuts, cashews and roasted almonds with pepita seeds and sesame sticks tossed in a salty seasoning, they're the perfect treat for game day or anytime.

• Tailgate Snack Mix
• Virginia peanuts, cashews, roasted almonds, pepita seeds and sesame sticks
• Zesty flavor with a savory, salty seasoning
• A great treat for game day or anytime
• Also available as part of our Nuts of the Month Club (September selection)

18 oz.

Cannot ship to a PO Box.
Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.

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5.0 (based on 2 customer reviews)

By LadyJay
Comments about Product:
Not just a mix of nuts, but what I would call an excellent trail mix. Fresh, savory, lasts in the tin, but not if you like to munch. VERY easy to reach in every time you walk by.

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By Susan the Nurse
FromArlington, Texas
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You got this sooooooo right. BEST thing I have snacked on in a LONG time. Taste DEVINE! I am addicted to this Trail Mix.

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