Japanese “Pretz” Snack and “Giant Pocky” Sweet of Hokkaido

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Japanese Sweet’s “Giant Pocky(ジャイアントポッキー)” of Limited to Hokkaido District

With the current popularity of  local limited snacks in Japan, many kinds of Pocky and Pretz of Glico are sold. I am pleased to introduce “Giant Pretz” and “Giant Pocky ” of Glico Hokkaido area limited.

Giant product is a big pretzel-like stick which is approximately 21 cm long. Local ingredients of Hokkaido are used, so you can enjoy local rare tastes.

“Giant Pocky Yubari Melon.”

img_hokkaido_yuubari Reference shop.glico.co.jp/gift-food/omiyage.html

The cream is made by the most famous fruit juice in Hokkaido, called “Yubari Melon.” Pocky is delicious with a sweet and juicy melon fragrance. A Yubari melon is so sweet and juicy!

250px-Half_cut_of_Yubari_melon   Reference  ja.wikipedia.org

The popularity of Pretz resembling Pocky is also high. Pretz doesn’t have chocolate, and the stick itself has its own taste.

Japanese Snack’s “Pretz(プリッツ)” of Limited to Hokkaido District

“Giant Pretz with Salmona flavor

img_hokkaido_sake   Reference shop.glico.co.jp/gift-food/omiyage.html

Salmon is kneaded into dough and is dusted on the baked surface of Pretz, so you can enjoy the saltiness of savory salmon. Oh yummy! The salted salmon which was roasted.

kirimiyaki300225  Reference  www.onsenichiba.com

 “A little Pretz with corn flavor “
This tiny Pretz is 8 cm in length and contains plenty of Hokkaido’s corn.
36% of the dough is compounded of fresh Hokkaido corn.It tastes of a corn soup.
One box contains 6 small boxes, so it is perfect to distribute as a souvenir.

img_hokkaido_toukibi  Reference shop.glico.co.jp/gift-food/omiyage.html

The corn which seems to become a  appetizing corn soup!

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Notes.  Hokkaido has a lot of delicious food.  Let’s taste food of Hokkaido with Pretz !

Wrapped up by Yushi

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