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Snack mixes are a subset of snack foods consisting of multiple snack items. Popular snack mixes are as follows:
- Bridge mix – Nuts, raisins (or other dried fruit), and candy, all covered in chocolate.
- Chex Mix – Rice, corn and/or wheat Chex, peanuts, pretzels, and usually bagel chips. Chex cereal was introduced in 1937 by Ralston Purina.
- Gardetto's – Bread sticks, rye chips, and pretzels.
- Munchies – A prepackaged snack mix made by and with Lays products such as Doritos, Cheetos, pretzels, and Sun Chips.
- Trail mix – These generally contain granola, raisins, nuts, and chocolate chips or M&M's.
- Tropical Fruit Snack Mix – Dried pineapples, dried papayas, dried mangos, dried apples, dried bananas and raisins.
- Bombay mix, also known by other names (chiwda, chevdo, bhuso, chevda, or chivdo), a spicy mix of dry ingredients originating in Indian cuisine
- Tex Mex mix, including nuts, dried chili, and crunchy corn-based sticks
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