About this item
- Guaranteed fresh until printed date
- Made in a peanut and tree nut free facility
- Low fat
Enjoy sourdough pretzel flavor without the crusty bite of a hard pretzel.
Contains: Wheat, Milk
May Contain: Wheat, Milk, does not contain any of the 8 major allergens
Serving Size: 1.0 ounces
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Bag
Main Ingredient: Grain
Features: Tree nut free
Dietary Needs: 0 grams saturated fat, Kosher
State of Readiness: Ready to eat
Servings: 16.0, Approximate
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Snack name 1: Pretzels
Exterior container weight: 16.0 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 071-06-0296
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A product that meets Target's definition of "Minimum Requirements" in the Food "wellness standard": no synthetic flavors, synthetic colors, synthetic preservatives, or synthetic sweeteners; no high fructose corn syrup; no added synthetic trans fat.
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Most recent reviews
Best Pretzels in the world
5 out of 5 stars
michael — 4 years ago
By far the UTZ Pretzel Extra Dark is the BEST pretzel in the world. I have to travel almost 1100 miles to find them in a store. If they would only start stocking and selling them in the south. All i can say is if you ever get a chance to taste them you will agree.