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Gluten-Free Baked Frosted Rice Snacks By Kameda USA

When I heard there was a new rice snack that was crispy yet also soft enough to melt in my mouth, I had to try it.  And boy am I glad I did...these snacks are awesome! 

Gluten-Free Baked Frosted Rice Snacks By Kameda USAKameda USA, Inc. clearly has hit a home run with this product. These Gluten Free Baked Frosted Rice Snacks are delicately sweet.  The hint of sea salt perfectly balances the creamy vanilla frosting on top.  I have never tasted anything like it.  These treats are not only unique and delicious, but they also are not bad for you! With only 50 calories in a package of two, you'll be able to eat as many as you want as a snack, or for dessert, and not feel guilty.

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They are also low in sodium, low in sugar and have no saturated fat.  Another thing I like about this product is that there are 12 packages (two crisps wrapped in cellophane) in each bag.  They are sure to last a long time (longer than a bag of chips) if you can manage to eat only one package a day...so far, I haven't been able to do that!

For more information visit:  www.Kamedausa.com.

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Marcie
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09 Oct 2014 6:36:56 PM PDT
I will look for this product in my area.

 
Kelly
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07 Mar 2015 5:46:09 PM PDT
But this product's packaging also says " Made in a Facility that also processes wheat, egg, fish and crustacean." How could it have a GF label if this is the case?!

 
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11 Mar 2015 9:58:50 AM PDT
Batch testing, proper equipment cleaning and handling procedures.

 
Dale Swain
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09 Jul 2015 6:58:35 AM PDT
Glad I found these, satisfies my salt craving and adds a hint of sweetness. I can leave the potato chips and pretzels alone and be satisfied. Thanks for a great product.

 
Mona
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26 Aug 2015 7:44:06 AM PDT
Love this product!!!! can't find it...need list of stores in South Jersey that carry it.




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