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Friday, October 28, 2011
Fig Newtons go Crispy.
Generations have grown up on Fig Newtons, the soft cakelike cookie surrounding a filling of mashed figs. Well now Newtons have jumped into the realm of the crispy cookie with Fruit Thins. A thinly delicate cookie loaded with small diced pieces of blueberry, fig or cranberry; and other flavors of brown sugar, honey and citrus oat to compliment the fruit.
Each cookie is made of whole grain, five grams of fat, seven grams of sugar; real dried fruit is a minor ingredient though, since it's near the bottom of the ingredient listing. Nutritional value is zero, except for the 4% of iron in each serving (three cookies); but you have to give Kraft Foods kudos for using natural ingredients instead of chemicals.
The cookies themselves are satisfying; good flavor and crunch. The packaging keeps them from being crushed and keeps them fresh, so great for traveling. While real fruit and veggies are the best snack, Newtons Fruit Thins are a good substitute, especially if you have finicky family members to make happy.
Good job Kraft!
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