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What is a snack food that starts with the letter "I"?

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Ice cream, ice pops, Indian candy corn and instant noodles are snack foods that begin with the letter "I." As of 2014, Nuts.com carries Indian Summer snack mix, and Chex and Gardetto’s (brands produced by General Mills) carry Italian-flavored snack mixes.

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Natural snacks that begin with the letter "I" include Indian figs, which are also called prickly pears; Incan berries, also known as Peruvian cherries; the unnamed fruit of the Ice Plant, which is a member of the Aizoaceae family; and Iceberg lettuce. Some snack-type beverages that begin with the letter "I" include iced coffee and Icee-brand frozen carbonated beverages.

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