Snacks & Candy

Zapp’s Sinfully Seasoned Pretzel Stix Hit Wawa Stores

Varieties include Voodoo and Jazz Honey Mustard
Zapp's Sinfully Seasoned Pretzel Stix
Photograph courtesy of Zapp's

HANOVER, Pa. — Zapp’s, an Utz brand, is launching Sinfully Seasoned Pretzel Stix at Wawa convenience stores and at grocery stores in two flavors: Voodoo and Jazz Honey Mustard.

“Zapp's is a beloved brand, particularly with everyone's favorite flavor, Voodoo,” said Stacey Schultz, Utz Brands senior vice president of marketing. “Our new Zapp's Sinfully-Seasoned Pretzel Stix takes New Orleans-inspired flavors even further. For fans who expect big, bold flavor, Voodoo and Jazzy Honey Mustard are daringly different and sure to please.”

The Voodoo flavor is a blend of spicy Cajun flavor and smokey barbeque sweetness.

The Jazzy Honey Mustard variety is a combination of mustard and honey.

The snack is available in 5- and 16-ounce packages.

Zapp’s, a Hanover, Pa.-based Utz brand, was founded in 1985 by Ron Zappe. Zapp’s New Orleans Kettle Style Potato Chips include a range of on-the-go and take-home sizes and flavors including Cajun Dill Gator-Tators, Spicy Cajun Crawtators, Hotter 'N Hot Jalapeno, Mesquite Bar-B-Que and more.

Wawa, Pa.-based Wawa has more than 950 c-stores in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Florida and Washington, D.C.

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