SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Jif Poppers

Jif Peanut Butter Poppers

Jif Peanut Butter Poppers

Jif Strawberry Poppers

Jif Strawberry Poppers

(Spotted by Bob K at Giant Eagle.)

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5 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Jif Poppers”

    1. @Ben. Agreed. I’ve said the same thing so many times. It’s criminal that someone owns the rights to that product and it never sees the light of day. I guess whoever bought out Planters has it locked away in a vault somewhere. I actually tried reaching out to Planters last year and when I asked why they never brought it back to the market, the person who replied acted like they never knew what the product was, even though I provided a picture and link to PB Crisps. It’s like a waste of time even trying to get these companies to bring back discontinued products.

  1. PB coated popcorn sounds divine, but pretzels? There’s not a better option? Like chocolate drizzle? Or even M&ms? The size difference between the two components seems off to me.

  2. I have tried the regular peanut butter variety of these and they are super underwhelming. The popcorn pieces are like rock hard caramel corn with a little peanut dust on them. The pretzels can go take a hike with some other boring trail mix, where they belong. The best part is the crumbly little peanut bits that fall to the bottom of the bag.

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