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Exotic snack spot with cucumber-flavored Lays opens at Springfield Town Center

An exotic snack shop has opened at Springfield Town Center (via Springfield Town Center/Facebook)

Cravings for every wacky snack-related desire have a high chance of fulfillment at Highs & Lows, a new exotic snack shop in Springfield Town Center.

Located on the lower level near JCPenney, Highs & Lows sells a mix of foreign snacks, sodas and treats.

Items at the store include Choco Banana KitKat, cucumber-flavored lays potato chips, Japanese steak Cheetos, and ocean bomb sparkling water.

The business launched in 2020 at 6436 Richmond Highway in Groveton. Customers can also purchase snacks online. Other items for sale include music, toys and pop culture-related merchandise.

The Springfield Town Center location opened late last month. The mall also recently welcomed Caragari, a boutique that offers Pakistani, Afghani, Bangladeshi and Indian clothing, jewelry and shoes. Pink & Blue, a store that sells baby and kids’ clothes also relocated on the lower level near the kids’ play area.

Photo via Springfield Town Center/Facebook

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