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Glico Pocky Chocolate Cream Covered Biscuit Sticks 2.82oz.

by Glico

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  • The classic Pocky - crispy biscuit sticks covered with chocolate
  • Fun to eat on their own or as an edible decoration atop ice cream or other desserts
  • Each box contains 2 packs
  • Net Wt. 2.82 Oz.
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Glico Pocky Chocolate Cream Covered Biscuit Sticks 2.82oz. + Glico - Strawberry Pocky 1.16 Oz. + Panda Pocky
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Glico chocolate pocky sticks are light, delicious biscuit-like cookies coated in sweet chocolate frosting. Chocolate pocky sticks make a perfect snack, or simply a tasty finish to your favorite Asian meal. You will never be able to eat just one Glico pocky stick, so stock up and be ready for when the Pocky craving strikes. Want to keep shopping? View our many flavors of Glico Pocky and learn what makes those Pocky sticks so delicious.

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 3 x 0.8 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004AH51VW
  • UPC: 073141150033 073141152334
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,238 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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During the recession, many grocery stores have removed stock that does not sell rapidly and I suppose Pocky was one such item.
R. Eye
I should also point out that the chocolate version is far superior to strawberry.
Hamilcar Barca

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mir TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 5, 2010
Pocky is just plain fun to eat. I discovered these snacks at an anime convention (though I'd heard about them before and had seen manga characters eating them). They are very, very slim sticks of biscuity stuff (the flavor to me is a cross between waffle cones and pretzels) that have a charming tiny popping crispness. The chocolate flavor, a nice non-bitter, non-dark, generically pleasing choco-taste, seems to be the most popular (given how fast they sell out at cons), but I prefer the flavor of the strawberry which is like strawberry ice cream. Very nice.

This is by no means a health food (it's in the same category as a cookie, it's got fat and sugar and non-healthful ingredients). But hey, it's junk food. We all know it's supposed to be OCCASIONAL and not habitual in the diet. Unless you're really prone to binge-eating or can't stop yourself a whole one of these smaller boxes is not a huge calorie splurge if you stick to a reasonable number. 10 of the chocolate pocky sticks will set you back 125 calories with 5 grams of fat, 3 of them saturated. I wouldn't recommend just scarfing down multiple boxes. In fact, just nibble these slowly and have fun with the cool texture effect.

If you love the flavor of coconut-chocolate together (like Almond Joy) try the coconut chocolate ones. They're really so good, oh man. Hubby says the taste reminds him of the Girl Scout 'caramel delights" cookies which are, in turn, similar to the old Yes Yes cookies (from the seventies or so).

Anyway, if you have read manga or seen anime with young folks eating those stick-looking treats, or seen footage of cute Japanese girls nibbling at skinny little stick treats, this is what they were eating. :) Fun treats.
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Pocky is just plain fun to eat. I discovered these snacks at an anime convention (though I'd heard about them before and had seen manga characters eating them). They are very, very slim sticks of biscuity stuff (the flavor to me is a cross between waffle cones and pretzels) that have a charming tiny popping crispness. The chocolate flavor, a nice non-bitter, non-dark, generically pleasing choco-taste, seems to be the most popular (given how fast they sell out at cons), but I prefer the flavor of the strawberry which is like strawberry ice cream. Very nice.

This is by no means a health food (it's in the same category as a cookie, it's got fat and sugar and non-healthful ingredients). But hey, it's junk food. We all know it's supposed to be OCCASIONAL and not habitual in the diet. Unless you're really prone to binge-eating or can't stop yourself a whole one of these smaller boxes is not a huge calorie splurge if you stick to a reasonable number. 10 of the chocolate pocky sticks will set you back 125 calories with 5 grams of fat, 3 of them saturated. I wouldn't recommend just scarfing down multiple boxes. In fact, just nibble these slowly and have fun with the cool texture effect.

If you love the flavor of coconut-chocolate together (like Almond Joy) try the coconut chocolate ones. They're really so good, oh man. Hubby says the taste reminds him of the Girl Scout 'caramel delights" cookies which are, in turn, similar to the old Yes Yes cookies (from the seventies or so).

Anyway, if you have read manga or seen anime with young folks eating those stick-looking treats, or seen footage of cute Japanese girls nibbling at skinny little stick treats, this is what they were eating. :) Fun treats.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hamilcar Barca on August 7, 2004
I would probably classify this as a candy as opposed to a snack item, since you'd have to eat a few boxes to begin sating your hunger. But saying that it is candy implies that it is drenched in "high fructose corn syrup" or other hallmarks of candy ingredient. But the taste really comes through while not making you feel slightly nauseous if you do happen to down several boxes.

Let me say also that it tastes somewhat like smores sans the marshmallow. Then why not just make smores instead of buying the chocolate pocky? Smores are standardly made with graham crackers and hershey bars. Not bad...but not overwhelming either. I suggest you try the chocolate pocky dipped in marshmallow cream and compare. Do so carefully as their hollow centers make them quite easily breakable. I should also point out that the chocolate version is far superior to strawberry. Far superior.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nick A. Torres on April 18, 2010
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100 % GOOD !! .. CAME VERY FAST ALSO.. I WOULD BUY THIS PRODUCT AGAIN
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 17, 2004
Pocky is one of those snack foods that make you think you are not really eating anything bad because it is light and crunchy, and you could eat a box of them and feel as though you have eaten nothing. The center is a very mild flavored cracker or cookie that has a mild taste similar to an animal cracker. The cracker is coated at one end with a mild milk chocolate. The end result is a pleasant, mildly sweet taste.

I enjoy Pocky, but they can be a bit of a mess in the hands of a child. My children have eaten them in the back seat of our car and if a Pocky should break the slender stick easily falls into the seat; the soft chocolate will soon color your car seat, and more if the temperature in the car should melt the chocolate. Also, sometimes Pocky will crumble and the crumbs are as bad as crackers.

Chocolate Pocky remains a favorite with our family, though we have tried the strawberry and occasionally buy it for a change. I recommend this treat for people who prefer a subtle cookie flavor and a light snack.
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