Salty Stix by Schultz (Thin and Crunchy)

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nanny7
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Salty Stix by Schultz (Thin and Crunchy) - Wed, 05/11/05 12:11 PM
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I am looking for a source for:

Salty Stix by Schultz (Thin and Crunchy)

Sure would appreciate any help. thanks

Michael Hoffman
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RE: Salty Stix by Schultz (Thin and Crunchy) - Wed, 05/11/05 12:54 PM
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The only Salty Stix I was aware of are baits, but I checked and found the following list of places where you can buy Salty Stix that are for human consumption:

http://www.thepretzelpeople.com/pages/15/index.htm

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RE: Salty Stix by Schultz (Thin and Crunchy) - Wed, 06/15/05 9:27 AM
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ME TOO!! I have my family "bootleg" them to me from Publix stores in Florida. They were some sort of subcontracted deal to Nabisco until the late 1990's (marketed as Mr. Salty). I sure would like some too. Let me know if you find somewhere to get them... I would buy them by the case. There is another thread here on RoadFood that has someone that works for Shultz... I just have to find it.

WOOOHOOOO

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RE: Salty Stix by Schultz (Thin and Crunchy) - Wed, 06/15/05 11:16 AM
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Our Publix stores have them on sale for a buck a box right now! Several of us here at work bought them, you can almost find them in every office. With all the hoopla about Salty Stix recently we should have to worry about losing product. Let's hope!

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RE: Salty Stix by Schultz (Thin and Crunchy) - Wed, 06/15/05 11:36 AM

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RE: Salty Stix by Schultz (Thin and Crunchy) - Wed, 06/15/05 12:27 PM
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I've been looking for 'Mr. Salty' pretzels for years. They were always my favorite. 'Thin and crunchy' was why I liked them too.

I thought they had gone out of business. Will now look for some 'Salty Stix' by Schultz here in California. Thanks for the info.


Dino