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Koh Kae (โก๋แก่) is the brand name of a popular peanut snack in Thailand, which are peanuts covered with a crunchy shell; originally the coating was only a coconut cream flavor, but there is now a range of flavors. Koh Kae is sold in cylindrical cans in a variety of sizes. They are also exported to the US, UK, Australia, Germany and other countries where they have also been very popular. They are similar to the Borrelnootje from the Netherlands and the Australian product Tuff Nuts.

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