Saturday, February 27, 2016

World Of Munchies



World of Munchies was created by the entrepreneurial mind of a 6th grader.  He started the company with his birthday and allowance savings.  It has quickly turned into a great business experience for him. Each snack box is handpicked and packed with great care and taste in mind. They feature unique products from around the globe as well as the latest Red White and Blue Snack Box featuring all-American favorites.  Every box is different and includes the most popular snacks from around the world.  I was sent one to review and it has a long of snacks from around the world which I am going to tell you about a single serve travel package of nuts and rice crackers. Hula Hoops Salt & Vinegar Potato Rings from the United Kingdom. Kinder Happy Hippo Biscuit which is a cookie-wafer bar with creamy milk and nut filling from Germany. Yaokin Umaibo or "delicious stick" in Japanese is a puffed corn snack available in many flavors this one is grilled chicken. Silang Green Onion Thin Crackers are from China individual package which is made with Wheat Flour, Palm Oil, Sugar, Green Onion (8%), White Sesame (3%), Salt, Leavening Agent (E500, E503), Flavouring. CW Chocolate Pie & Rice Cake These round chocolate cakes were smaller than the popular marshmallow pies from Lotte and Orion, at about 2 inches in diameter and half an inch thick. I bit in to find a dense but spongy texture, with more of a chewy marshmallow feel than a melty one. The outside was all milk chocolate, and the inside consisted of a sort of gelatin-like substance in the top center (yellowish in color, definitely not the white shown on the package, and above the cake, not surrounded by it as shown), with the rest of the interior a very dense yellow cake. Garden Mini Cream Wafers with a Chocolate from Hong Kong. 

Toho Fired Chicken Flavor from Japan four in the package. Quavers cheese flavor light curly potato snack from the United Kingdom. Maltesers are a spherical malt honeycomb center, surrounded by milk chocolate from the United Kingdom. Kam Yuen Peas Spicy Flavor There’s more of slight barbecue taste not much spice from China. Nik Naks Rib N’ Saucy are knobbly, wacky sticks of corn intensely tasty unusually knobbly from the United Kingdom. Barcel Mini Takis Hot Chili Pepper & Lime Tortilla Chips from Mexico are mini corn tortilla chips that are rolled up like a small taco (similar to the deep fried taquitos).Uncle Pop Barley Wheat Stick this product is a Chinese traditional snack made of high-quality wheat, which is very healthy for your daily life. The taste of this item is a little sweet and very crispy; it's a good choice whether you eat it as snack or breakfast. What's more, it's sesame flavor, which smells really good. Yida Hawthorn Fruit Leather which is berry flavored in a rope form from China. Garden Sisisic Cream Peanut Sandwich Biscuits from Hong Kong. Kinder Bueno has two bars and in a milk and hazelnut filling. Meiji Hello Panda Biscuits with Milk Cream Filling has a new panda sports design on the biscuits and a product of Singapore. Glico Mini Caplico Stick Ice Cream Snack These Glico Caplico Sticks are a cute little treat to enjoy at parties or on the go. They look just like mini ice creams! The outer part is a crispy cone, and all the way down the centre is a light and bubbly flavoured filling (the "ice cream"), which is a bit like Aero but softer. The last few items I got were a bonus free sample bag which has a Strawberry Watermelon Air head, nucita cream chocolate, hi chew green apple fruit chew and Arcor Sapito frog-shaped figure flavor: chocolate, peanuts and filling flavor cereal crispy.

My Opinion: I really enjoyed the wide variety of items I got in this Serious Snacker box it had so much which is worth much more than the $22.50 price. I even got to try some snacks I had never experienced before which I have found I have some new favorites like Hello Panda, Garden, Quavers and more.
To see more and purchase your own box visit http://worldofmunchies.com
Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.



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