Nabisco Newtons Fig Chewy Cookies (2 oz., 24 pk.)
About this item
- Delicious, chewy fig cookies
- Made with real fruit
- Contains whole grains
You'll be the hero of the cafeteria when you add one of these Nabisco Newtons Fig Chewy Cookies to your kid's lunch box. The delicious chewy fig flavor will keep them satisfied while also keeping you happy since they're made with whole grains and real fruit. Nabisco Newtons Fig Chewy Cookies are a classic cookie that millions of people have been enjoying for over a century!
What are the Main Ingredients of These Chewy Cookies?
The number one ingredient in these amazing Nabisco Newtons is fig. It also contains whole grain wheat flour and other natural flavors. Both wheat and soy can be found in these chewy fruitcake cookies, but they do not contain any high fructose corn syrup. They're a kosher snack that is low in fat. A serving of Nabisco Newtons Fig Chewy Cookies is one cookie which contains only two grams of fat!
How Many Chewy Fig Cookies Come in this Package?
This package of Nabisco Fig Newton cookies is perfect for the busy mom that has to make school lunches each evening. It contains 24 individually wrapped packages with two cookies each. These Nabisco fruit chewy cookies are so easy to store in the pantry and slip into the lunch box when needed. You may find that you want to sneak out a pack or two for yourself!
Is a Nabisco Fig Newton a Cookie?
A fig newton is a chewy little cookie that is made with plump and juicy figs. The figs are turned into a paste that is surrounded by a moist and golden cake. It's one of the few cookies on the grocery shelves that are made with real fruit. Calling a Fig Newton a cookie may have been up for debate a few years ago, but Nabisco has spoken and put the Newton firmly into the cookie category.
A History of Deliciousness
If you haven't had a fig newton in a while, it's time you got reacquainted. Nabisco has been baking these real fruit chewy cookies for over a hundred years. They're also available in other fruit versions like Strawberry or Triple Berry, but the fig is the classic—it's the original Newton.