Review: I Find SB Thai Dino Park Snack in Seafood Flavor!

Review: I Find SB Thai Dino Park Snack in Seafood Flavor!

thai dino park snack

When I spotted these Thai Dino Park Snack, I wasn’t going to buy them, but the cute dinosaur shapes intrigued me.

Location

Check out your local Asian and ethnic store, if you’re lucky you will find them. You can also order them online.

Cost

This cost me $1.99USD.

For how tiny the bag was, I thought they were expensive, but it is an imported product, so I was okay with paying that amount.




thai dino park chips
Taste

Aside from their cute dinosaur shapes, there’s really not much about this Thai Dino Park Snack that’s new or impressive to me. If you’ve ever had Mexican duros (or chicharrones) they’re practically exactly the same thing. They’re similar in texture and, except for the added seafood seasonings, the flavor is nearly the same too.

The seafood flavor is so mild that it’s somewhat unnoticeable. After reading the ingredients, I saw that shrimp powder was one of the seasonings, so I was happy with that because I do love the taste of shrimp in seafood flavored snacks more than other seasonings like anchovies or dried fish sauce.

Most of the dinosaurs were complete. I only found 2 or 3 broken dinosaurs and/or random dinosaur parts.

thai dino park snack nutrition
Nutritional Facts & Ingredients

You can look at the photo or below for information about nutrition and the ingredients.

Serving Size: 1 Package (10g) Calories: 60 (Calories from Fat: 30)

  • Total Fat: 3.5g (5%)
    • Saturated Fat: 1.5g (8%)
    • Trans Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg (0%)
  • Sodium: 70mg (4%)
  • Total Carbohydrate: 6g (2%)
    • Dietary Fiber: 0
    • Sugars: 1g
  • Protein: 0g
  • Vit. A: (0%)
  • Iron: (0%)
  • Calcium: (1%)
  • Vit C: (0%)
Nutritional Facts & Ingredients

Starch (55%), Wheat Flour (25%), Palm Oil (14%), Salt (1%), Seasoning (5%).

Potential Allergens: contains wheat flour, shrimp powder, soybeans.

Would I buy Thai Dino Park Snack again? No.

These chips were enjoyable to eat but I don’t see myself buying them again. If I really feel like eating them again, I’ll just buy myself some Mexican duros and add shrimp powder myself. The shapes are cute and fun; I think kids would enjoy them a lot more than I did.

Thai Dino Park Snack
Overall
4.1
  • Price
  • Quality
  • Taste
  • Appearance

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