Party Stick Pretzels
No party is complete without the salty, crunchy and satisfying flavor of Wege Party Stick Pretzels. We’ve incorporated our famous pretzel recipe into the perfect size snacks to turn any get together into a celebration. One taste will show you why!
- No Preservatives
- No Trans Fat
- All Natural
- Whole Grain Goodness
Wege Party Stick Pretzels part of the classic collection. We have removed all preservatives and no trans fats from our pretzels. Our pretzels are made from the finest ingredients and cooked to perfection! Wege’s variety of pretzels now includes whole wheat varieties, flavored, all natural, organic, and Kosher delicacies. Wege is also the leader in co-pack and private label for high quality customers. You can buy cheaper pretzels but we believe in only the finest.
Wege is one of the oldest and most respected names in the pretzel baking industry. Wege got its start in the late 1800s baking breads and rolls in the quaint town of Hanover, Pennsylvania. In the early 1920s, a German immigrant baker went to work for Wege. While employed, he taught the Wege family an old German recipe for making a large sourdough hard pretzel. The one by which Wege is now famous. Over time, Wege of Hanover discontinued their production of breads and rolls in order to concentrate on the production of sourdough hard pretzels, and has since expanded their pretzel selection to include whole wheat varieties, flavored, all natural, organic, and kosher options.
Pretzels, Party Stick have a quality you can taste! Since 1874. Wege of Hanover Pretzel is one of old fashioned craftsmanship. Historians claim the first pretzels were made back in 610 A.D. when monks in southern France offered them as a reward to children for learning their prayers. These rewards, known as pre tiola (little reward), were brought to our shores and their name was changed to pretzels. It was at this time, in 1874 the first Wege pretzel was made. All the secrets to creating a little reward are used today in our entire line of pretzels. Nothing has changed since 1874 and one taste will show you why.
WHEAT FLOUR, CORN OIL, MALT, HONEY, SALT, BROWN SUGAR, YEAST, AND SODA.