I have recently had the honor to indulge with my family on some Newman’s Own Organic snacks. The box we received was gigantic. It was packed to the top with cookies, pretzels, mints, dried fruits, chocolates and more. It was very well packaged with nothing damaged or broken in shipping.
When I showed my kids they were excited. They ‘tried’ to call first-dibs on what they wanted to try first.
I try to feed the kids healthy meals but we still all have sweet tooths. I am so happy to have discovered Newman’s Own Organics (NOO) cookies and candies. NOO is a branch-off company from the well known brand Newman’s Own. This line was started by his children with some seed money from Newman’s Own and has been so successful that it is now an independent thriving company.
“Great tasting products that happen to be organic is our slogan,” says Nell. “It really says a lot about us. We’ve seen in recent years that people want to know more about the food they eat, not just how many calories a product contains. It’s becoming more important to them how ingredients are grown and processed on the way to their grocers’ shelf. Once people see how much organic foods have improved since the early days of packaged `health’ foods, we feel they’ll seek them out.” I have to say the kids loved the licerious and I loved the Ginger-Os and the dried fruit the best.
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Newman’s Own Organic isn’t all about cookies and snacks. They also have coffee, olive oil & vinegar, teas and even dog food. I love their slogan, ‘Great tasting food that happens to be organic.’
You can see the Newman’s Family Recipe Cookies in the picture with me. These are the ones I called ‘dibs’ on.
Mom Are We There Yet was compensated with a variety of snacks from Newman’s Own Organic but all opinions are of our own and are honest and true.