Peanut Butter Cups
Making Candy Fun.®
Creamy Peanut Butter in a Rich Chocolaty Shell
Proudly Manufactured in the USA
Bar Code Number
0 41269 60508 7
5 OZ (142g)
R.M. Palmer Company
PO Box 1723, Reading, PA 19603 USA
Visit Us At www.rmpalmer.com
#6050805 // 057193
3 pieces (34g)
Servings Per Container
11g - 17%
8g - 40%
0mg - 0%
45mg - 2%
20g - 7%
1g - 4%
Sugar, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Palm Kernel and/or Palm), Ground Peanuts, Whey, Lactose, Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), Peanut Flour, Skim Milk, Salt, Soy Lecithin and Sorbitol (Emulsifiers), Vanillin (Artificial Flavor).
Contains milk and soy. Manufactured in a facility that also processes, sesame, wheat, peanuts, almonds, cashews, filberts, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, walnuts and coconut.
Manufactured on equipment which process wheat, peanut butter and almonds.
For over 60 years, Palmer has been a national brand making candy for Christmas, Valentine's Day, Easter and Halloween. We use only the finest ingredients and are proud of all our products. If you are not satisfied, please, let us know and we will make it right. We would also enjoy hearing from you for any other reason.
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Food Review (Posted on 01-16-2016)
Not sure what to make of this month of January—lots of hard times in the world. I don't care where you are in this world, but if you're reading this, let alone fans of this website, take it easy and slow. It's been rough, especially for celebrities, but things will
pick up. That's how the cycle of life is, and you can start picking up with these amazing peanut butter cups by Palmer®.
It's impossible not to go through holidays like Valentine's Day without seeing a box of candy and chocolates by Palmer®. This is one of their products the you see on the grocery aisles, hanging up in-between the product shelves to go with whatever you're shopping for (mainly in the candy/sweets section, and/or the baking products). I'm not so sure on the popularity of this product, given the fact that it is a rehash of the *other* popular brand of peanut butter cups, but I must say that Palmer has outdone themselves with this.
The taste is just what you'd expect: chocolaty and sweet. I found the peanut butter delicious but a little too thick for me—just a little (no I didn't refrigerate it when taste testing before this review). Other than that, I think it's delicious and very simple. Only thing is I wonder if there's a bigger bag with more pieces. Hah! Besides the slight thickness of the peanut butter, it was tolerable and nothing too major.
If you've been a fan of Palmer® all these years but never tried these, I recommend them. Nothing funky, nothing bad, it's pure chocolate and peanut butter goodness. Just don't blink when walking through the candy aisles of your grocery store, otherwise you may miss this.
If all else fails, you can make your own peanut butter cups with World Kitchen Outlets
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