Because I process the world through words, if words are in front of me, I read them.
And since there happened to be a container of Milk Chocolate Salted Caramel Macadamia Clusters in front of me, I read the container. (This is an old container that Mark uses to store screws, so I actually didn't increase my calorie count. Yay!)
Here's the description some marketing guru wrote, thinking it would entice us to buy the goodies.
If you love decadent, sweet-and-salty combinations, you'll really love Kirkland Signature Macadamia Clusters. Fine-quality macadamia nuts are lightly dusted wiht sugar and salt, then covered in soft, creamy caramel to form clusters and finally enrobed in chocolate. Enjoy this special treat of macadamia halves, rich caramel and smooth milk chocolate.
My first thought was, "Why didn't the writer use 'covered in chocolate'"? Well, because he had already used it to say they would be "covered in soft, creamy caramel." So, at lest he didn't commit one sin of writing which would be to repeat the same word too close to its previous use. But he could have looked a little harder in his trusty thesaurus.