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Snyder's Now Has Gluten Free Pretzles!
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Not only do they taste amazing, but they are cheap! About $2.50 for bag!! I got mine at walmart they were next to the regular Snyder's pretzles. If your walmart doesn't carry them yet, make sure you request the manager order some! Now that some of the mainstream brands are coming out with gluten free products, the only gluten free companies will eventually be forced to drop thier prices, which will be great for us!!

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I've heard the gluten-free Synder's pretzels are out there, but I haven't found them yet. What state did you find them?

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for ppl in FL (maybe GA) Publix has them

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Yes Snyder's found them first shopping trip gluten-free. Live on Long Island (NY) found them @ Shop n Shop, also Target has them in our area.

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i've gotten them down here in NC at Whole Foods. They are much cheaper than glutino, and I think they taste way better. 10X better.

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Our local Wal-Mart has Snyder's but for me they are "break your teeth" crunchy but then I've had tons of dental work done in my lifetime. I much prefer Glutino Sesame Pretzel Rings. Too yummy to keep on hand though. :P

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If your local store stocks regular Snyder's pretzels they should be able to get the gluten free ones for you. Just ask the manager to find out.

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I live in the Central Valley of California and so far the only place I have found the Snyder's Gluten-free Pretzels are at SaveMart, and even then it is sort of hit and miss, as not all the SaveMart's in the valley carry them. When I find one that does, we buy all that they have on the shelf! They are cheaper than other gluten-free pretzels we have tried and we like them. They are very crunchy, but not as bad as some of the gluten-free snacks we have tried in the past! And they taste great.

We have only found the gluten-free pretzel sticks, does anyone know if they also make a gluten-free pretzel twist?

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