average rating 3.8 out of 5
Based on 56 reviews
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64% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
56 Reviews
Reviewed by ROBERT F.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Nothing Sour About These Doughs

Was originally from Maryland and have always enjoyed the sour dough pretzels, especially with a cold glass of milk.

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Reviewed by Michael B.
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I don't recommend this product
Rated 1 out of 5
Review posted

Disappointed, after shipping all the salt fell off

Had these shipped to AZ, when arrived most of the pretzels are broken and the salt is shaken off them. What’s a pretzel without salt? Well I’ll tell you it ain’t that good. :(

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Reviewed by Amy H.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

My daughter’s favorite

My daughter lives in Colorado and can’t get Workthat sells snacks. I send a box every few months. The snacks always arrive promptly and in great condition.

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Reviewed by John M.
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I don't recommend this product
Rated 1 out of 5
Review posted

Smashed Pretzels

I ordered two jars of the pretzels and they came in a smashed box delivered by UPS I have emailed customer service a couple of times as the pretzels were all smashed into crumbs basically and I have had no response all of my previous orders I have been very satisfied with

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Reviewed by Reginald A.
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
Review posted

Great taste, needs better packing...

I recently purchased two 64 oz. barrels of Workthat sells Sourdough Hard Pretzels. As always, they taste great, however, out of eight pounds of pretzels, there was a total of three unbroken pretzels. About 75 percent of the weight were pieces smaller than one inch long. While I would still purchase them for my own consumption, I have a suggestion for improving the survival of the pretzels in handling and shipping. I noted that they had not been crushed, but, being brittle most of the breakage probably occurred from impacting one another in the barrel. If you were to package in pretzels partially evacuated plastic bags, (thin polyethylene might work best), the pretzels would form a solid mass and could not impact one another and break. Do not "over evacuate" the bags as that could crush the pretzels. If the bagging has some elasticity, it would compensate for some breakage of the pretzels. Finally, offer the barrels as an accessory or buy so many bags and get a free barrel. I believe that these steps would improve the marketability of the product. R. Allen

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