A well-rounded snack pleasure

Peanut Curl Balls


The classic PeanutLock snack is now available in the form of fluffy balls - with the popular PeanutLock flavor, of course.

Lorenz Bahlsen Snack-World GmbH & Co KG

Peanut curl balls: a well-rounded snack treat

This year, it's not just the European Football Championship that's all about the ball, but also the new PeanutLock Balls. Whether you catch the balls in your mouth or simply roll them around in your mouth, the new snack creation from the popular ErdnußLocken family with its new round shape is an invitation to playful mouth acrobatics. The fluffy ErdnußLocken Balls guarantee fun for Flips fans at the next games evening or upcoming party. The popular peanut curl taste has been specifically adapted for the new ball shape. The result of the new Flips formula is an even crispier and fluffier texture.

The new PeanutLock Balls are vegan and are offered in recyclable packaging - which can be recognized at first glance by the two responsibility icons on the front. With these icons and the printed Nutri-Score, Lorenz supports consumers who value transparency in their lifestyle and diet at the point of sale.

Peanut Curl Balls reinvent the classic flip

For over 55 years, the original PeanutLocks from Lorenz have been providing that very special Flips feeling: because only the delicious PeanutLocks are so uniquely crunchy in the bite and melt-in-the-mouth and should not be missing as a snack in any cozy get-together. With the PeanutLock Balls, the popular classic peanut curls are now reinvented for a young and tasty snack fan community. So if you want to experience the peanutty, spicy snack pleasure of the classic, you will be doubly surprised by the new shape and adapted recipe of the PeanutLocken Balls.

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