As we get closer to the end of the school year and families plan for what is going to happen this summer, road trips are high on the list. Post pandemic, we all want to get out more and explore more things around the country. Here in New York State, camping has become very popular and many of the campsites are already booked for most of the summer.

The best part of camping or road trips may be the snacks that you eat! There is no doubt that before the trip begins you make a list or stop in to a store and get your favorite goodies for the trip.

Before you pack the snacks, there is one that is being recalled after it was noticed that the ingredients don't mention milk.

Price Chopper/Market 32 has issued a voluntary recall of the 10-ounce PICS Honey Mustard Pretzel Twists from Dakota Style Foods have a known allergen of milk in them, but that information isn't on the packaging.

What are the best road trip snacks to take with you? If you have kids that are traveling with you, I would recommend picking anything that doesn't spoil easy or is easy to clean up. I would stay away from sticky candies. The worst? Suckers, lollipops and chocolate! The summer heat and sun make it brutal to clean up these snacks after they spill in the car.

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