What cookies does Nabisco no longer make?

Over the years, Nabisco has stopped making several kinds of cookies. This includes some flavours of Newtons as well as Cookie Breaks, Swiss Creme Cookies, and Kettle Cookies. As of 2015, the Hometown Favorites website lists more than 12 lines of Nabisco cookies that have been taken off the market.

The most well-known cookies made by Nabisco, which is short for the National Biscuit Co., are Oreos and Fig Newtons. In 1792, the company began as a bakery in Massachusetts. They made and sold biscuits called “pilot bread” to sailors who were going on trips at sea. Pilot bread is no longer being made.

Classic candies like the Fig Newton have been successful and lasted a long time because their fans stick with them. The company has tried out new cookies and crackers, some of which have since been taken off the market.

For example, the blueberry, apple, cranberry, and cherry flavours of Newtons have been taken off the market. Butter Cookies, Cookie Break Cookies, Giggles Vanilla Sandwich Cookies, Kettle Cookies, Melody Cookies, Snaps Cookies, Swiss Creme Cookies, and T.J. Bearwich Cookies were all made, but later stopped being made.

Wafers are another snack made by Nabisco. They were one of the first things the company made. As of 2015, the Brown Edge Wafer and other savoury chips and crackers like Cheese Tidbits, Flings, Sip & Chip Snack Crackers, and Tuna Twists are no longer available.

Misha Khatri
Misha Khatri is an emeritus professor in the University of Notre Dame's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a BSc in Chemistry and Mathematics and a PhD in Physical Analytical Chemistry from the University of Utah.

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