Thinkfruit Dried Fruit Cinnamon Apple Snacks
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  • The manufacturer says they use granny smith apples – which may be the problem because granny smith apples tend to be a little more tart than other apples
  • I bought my Thinkfruit Dried Fruit Cinnamon Apple Snacks online at Alice
  • Also, I would not recommend that anyone else buy it either

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      I do not know why these dried fruit apple snacks taste so bad – but, they do. The manufacturer says they use granny smith apples – which may be the problem because granny smith apples tend to be a little more tart than other apples. In any case, something isn’t right with these snacks.

      I have tried a whole bunch of dried fruit snacks – trying to find a comparable taste to old fashioned apple snacks I had


      from a small general store. If you eat dried fruit snacks, you probably know that they are relatively expensive. When I saw the Thinkfruit Dried Fruit Cinnamon Apple Snacks I was kind of hopeful because they came in a larger package and were a good bit less expensive than the other packaged dried fruit I have sampled.

      I bought my Thinkfruit Dried Fruit Cinnamon Apple Snacks online at Alice.com for $1.69 for a 1.5 ounce package. That ...


      • is almost half the price of my favorite one. But, I guess I am destined to pay the freight because these little snacks were horrible.

        First of all, they seem like they are loaded with sugar – which I just don’t understand. Real apples have their own natural sweetness – why on earth would add a whole bunch of extra sugar? Also, the cinnamon in this product was too much. And I don’t know if that

        is what causes the nasty after taste in your mouth (which takes a while to go away) – but, no matter, it just doesn’t work for me.

        Overall, I would not care if Thinkfruit Dried Fruit Cinnamon Apple Snacks was free – bad is bad and I will not be buying it again. Also, I would not recommend that anyone else buy it either. Save your money and buy a fresh apple – trust me — you’ll be happier.




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