How Twizzlers Are Made (from Unwrapped) | Food Network

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48 Replies to “How Twizzlers Are Made (from Unwrapped) | Food Network”

  1. Okay who tried the flavoring that they used in twizzlers and say “oh thats strawberry” like wtf I have never in my life thought twizzlers tasted like strawberry, at most they taste like a generic fruit flavor

  2. Why do these PR people always have the worst scripted dialogue? And, does ANYONE care how far ANYTHING will reach if placed end to end, stacked or stretched ? Every company has that ridiculous line.

  3. We used to have Twizzler whip fights with the 2ft ones. We would pop out of the darkness and whip and run, while people were picking orders, wayback when I worked at a wholesale company before Sam's club, back when you purchased through a salesman and had it delivered.

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