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Kameda Crisps Gluten Free Black Pepper With Roasted Peanuts Savory Rice Snack

If you are looking for a great alternative to traditional snacks like chips and cookies, you should try these Gluten-Free Black Pepper With Roasted Peanuts Savory Rice Snacks by Kameda Crisps. 

They are light and crispy and have a bold delicious flavor like no other snack I have ever tried.   The great taste can be attributed to the fact that these snacks are baked (not fried) and they do not contain any trans fats. 

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A 5 oz. package will satisfy your urge for zest and crunch at the same time. 

For more information visit their site:  www.kamedausa.com.

Kameda Crisps Gluten Free Black Pepper With Roasted Peanuts Savory Rice Snack

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