Does Nabisco still make the Twiggs crackers?
Ive seen them here in SC but they are a rare find just like the Swiss cheese crackers..
Twigs snack sticks sesame and cheese by Nabisco have been discontinued
begging of 2010 the # is 1-800-622-4726, they said if they get a good response to bring them back they might , Alan
Found out that Twigs have been discontinued since at least 2008. Called the number listed above for Nabisco, which is a division of Kraft. I actually spoke to a person in the U.S.! They have no record of Twigs anymore in their database and were no help. R.I.P. Twigs. I will miss you.
they may, but the ones you mean are made by "Christie" Nabisco discontinued these in the US. As stated, they are produced by Christie Bakeries in Canada. This company is the Canadian arm of Kraft Foods/Nabisco. It is the same identical recipe as the old ones we know in the US...... They also still make the Bacon Crackers as well.
The Nabisco Bacon Crackers were called "Bacon Thins" and they are no longer produced. As an alternative you might look North of the border. I found Christie's Bacon Dippers to be almost identical to Nabisco's Bacon Thins. They're round instead of oval, slightly smaller, but the taste and texture are almost identical. You can find them at www.canadaonly.com http://new.canadaonly.ca/product_images/y/255/bacondippers__70583_zoom.jpg
Got this answer from a channel 4 NBC news article: "For your answer we contacted Nabisco, the company that makes Cheese Tidbits. And it says, unfortunately, the reason you cannot find them in your local grocery store is because Nabisco discontinued the product at the end of 2002. It wouldn't say why because of proprietary reasons, but it does still make "Cheese Nips", which is widely available." I just found some little crackers that reminded…
Because they make a loud 'crack' when you break them. Animal crackers are 'crackers' in the shapes of animals, many brands of which are sweetened. There is debate about whether or not animal crackers are actually crackers or cookies. They are like crackers due to the way they are made, with layered dough, but the ones made with sweetened dough are more like cookies. The original version, made by Nabisco in 1902, were crackers in…
According to Nabiscoworld.com this cookie has been discontinued. http://www.nabiscoworld.com/misccontent/contactus/contact.aspx?m=cu_faqsingle&cat1=10&Faq_Question_ID=1570 Actually, "Snack Pack" variety Swiss Cookies are STILL made by Nabisco for vending , and sold by the case online for around $49.99 (120 ct); Simply Google, then make room in your freezer!!
What has happened to the Premium Saltine Original crackers -bought them for ages and the last four boxes as you remove a whole cracker it crumbles everywhere Box says Nabisco Inc?
Cockatiels can eat crackers, except they make them put on weight. They have no nutritional content in crackers for cockatiels. Despite the movies where birds eat crackers, cockatiels eat vegetables and seeds (as a treat). Your cockatiel should eat everything in moderation. As for crackers, as an occasional treat - cockatiels love them!