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Banana Treats for Banana Lover’s Day

Is your favorite fruit the banana? If so, did you know that there was a whole day dedicated to banana lovers like yourself? Even though Banana Lover’s Day was technically yesterday, everyday is a good day to celebrate this wonderful fruit. Here are some of our favorite delicious banana products.

 1. Banana Chips

If you want a crunchy and sweet banana snack, look no further than our perfectly crisp banana chips. We even have an unsweetened variety and an organic variety if you want to make this snack even more healthy. Or if you are looking to make this snack even more delectable, try them covered in chocolate! We have both milk chocolate covered banana chips and dark chocolate covered banana chips.

 2. Dried Bananas

If you’d rather have dried bananas than banana chips, we’ve got you covered. We carry freeze dried bananas and organic freeze dried bananas, both of which have no added sweeteners or preservatives. We also have natural dried bananas and organic dried bananas, which both make for a perfect energy-boosting snacks.

3. Banana Candy

We love banana flavored candy over here at Nuts.com, and we bet you do, too! Good thing we carry a bunch of different options for you to choose from, such as our banana salt water taffy, giant gummy bananas, and our NECCO banana split chews. Yum!

Which of these banana products is your favorite? Let us know!

2 Responses to “Banana Treats for Banana Lover’s Day”

  1. Maybelle

    I have never tried Dried Bananas, the chips are too hard for me to chew & I end up cutting my gums. I haven’t eaten banana candy from you yet as I have to watch how much candy I eat. (I’m a candy addict…;) & I gain too much weight. ) But I do eat a lot of bananas. I’ll have to try your dried bananas soon. 🙂

    • The Nutty Scoop

      The dried bananas might be right up your alley, Maybelle! Let us know how you like them if you give them a try 🙂


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