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Emerald 100 Calorie Cocoa Roast Almonds

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These packs of almonds have such a good chocate flavor! They curb my sweet tooth and my crunchy snacky cravings all at the same time! And they dont leave chocolaty mess on your fingers since the coacoa is baked into the almond!

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  • I bought the 100 calorie packs first, and then I bought them in bulk at Sam's Club. They are a very satisfying snack, and I am going to try to use them in some recipes as well. - by BAW29640
  • I love these. I always keep a package in my purse, so when I get hungry I can reach for those instead of whatever unhealthy thing is handy. - by BECKY2129
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    I'm definitely buying some next time I go shopping. A combination of almonds and chocolate (cocoa)--yes, that sounds like something I'll like. - by DOCKSIDER
  • Going to look for these at the grocery today! Sound great and so much better than chocolate candy coated almonds. - by TEXASPINKLADY
  • These are awesome! I'm not a big sweet eater but when I want a little something, these do the trick big time! Also good to keep in your purse for those times when hunger hits and you can't get to a meal. One bag and a full bottle of water will hold you over! - by RACHELLE52
  • I just discovered these and the cinnamon ones, they are excellent!! - by WISLNDR
  • Sounds yummy - by LONGWINDINRD
  • OMG these are SOOOOO good!!!!! They are the new flavor for Emerald Almonds. LOVE 'EM!!! - by TWOBOYS3503

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