Southwest selling lunchbox of discontinued peanuts

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Southwest airlines is selling its beloved peanuts inside a collector lunchbox -- but it's so popular it's on back order.

(CNN) – Southwest Airlines is selling their beloved trademark peanuts again.

The ones they stopped handing out last year over allergy concerns.

The company is offering ten-ounce packages of lightly salted and honey-roasted — the two kinds the airline served before it had to stop — inside a silver lunchbox.

The box has the Southwest logo and the design from the original peanut packages.

It will cost you $29 online and at its Dallas-based company store.

Apparently, it’s a hot-ticket item.

The company’s website says they are on back order and more will be available on october third – while supplies last.

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