Snacks & Candy

Nestle Rallies Nut Butter Bombs Available in Convenience Stores

3 flavors include Brownie Almond Butter, Salted Cashew Butter and Raspberry Peanut Butter
Nestle Rallies
Photograph courtesy of Nestle

ARLINGTON, Va. — Nestle revealed its Rallies Nut Butter Bombs are now available nationwide, with flavors including Brownie Almond Butter, Salted Cashew Butter and the newest addition, Raspberry Peanut Butter.

“As snacking and chocolate consumption have increased over the last two years, we know that consumers are seeking a balance between permissibility and indulgence,” said Jamie Harbeck, senior manager of innovation and strategy at Nestle.

The snack is chilled to preserve freshness and flavor, as they have no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives and less added sugar than the leading chocolate nut-butter treat, according to the Arlington, Va.-based company. They are made with real chocolate and real peanut, almond or cashew nut butters.

The flavors include the following:

  • Raspberry Flavored Peanut Butter: dark chocolate coating with a creamy peanut butter center dotted with real raspberry pieces
  • Brownie Almond Butter: filled with dark chocolate, almond butter and crunchy almond pieces and complemented by a creamy milk chocolate shell
  • Salted Cashew Butter: features a blend of cashew butter covered in dark chocolate

One package of Nestle Rallies contains three individual bite-sized nut butter bombs. The suggested retail price may vary but starts at $2.49 per unit.

In the United States, Nestle comprises eight businesses: Nestle USA, Nestle Waters North America, Nestle Nutrition, Nestle Professional, Nespresso, Nestle Health Science, Nestle Skin Health and Nestle Purina PetCare Co.

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