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Nabisco: While supplies last, save $1.00 on Nabisco Cookies when you buy one package of Nabisco Cookies and one gallon of milk.
Coupon must be redeemed by 1/14/11
Coupon print max is 50,000 through 11:59 PM EDT on 12/31/10
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Nabisco offers snacks and crackers and are available at most grocery stores. Nabisco products include Chips Ahoy!, Fig Newtons, Oreos, Cameo, Premium Crackers, Ritz Crackers, Teddy Grahams, Triscuits, Wheat Thins, Nutter Butter, Lorna Doone and Famous Chocolate Wafers. Children especially enjoy eating Nabisco snacks and treats. Nabisco is one of Kraft’s billion-dollar brands. Its roots date back to 1898 when the United States Baking Company, the New York Biscuit Company and the American Biscuit & Manufacturing Company formed to become the National Biscuit Company. The name Nabisco first appeared on a new sugar wafer product in 1901, but the corporate name did not change from National Biscuit Company to Nabisco, Inc. until 1971. Kraft acquired the Nabisco business in December 2000. Today, Nabisco’s brands include some of the best-known cookies and crackers in the world, including Chips Ahoy!, Oreo and Ritz.

Nabisco 100 Calorie Packs: Who is guilty of having a sweet tooth? Indulge with calorie-controlled varieties of your favorite cookies like Nabisco 100 Calorie Packs. Already running out of things to bring to the weekly tailgate parties? Make this Salsa Bean Ritz dip sure the please the masses, even those who are watching their figure. Trick yourself into sensible snacking habits this month and reward yourself with a 100 Calorie Pack when you get the mid-afternoon munchies. A successful tool for managing your weight is to keep a food diary! Grab a stylish journal and keep track, even if just for a week. It’ll help you see the overall pattern of your food choices and calorie counts so you can work to keep them on-par with your personal goals.

Kraft Foods announced plans to significantly increase the whole grain content in its leading Nabisco cracker brands, more than doubling the amount of whole grain currently used across the Nabisco portfolio. Over the next three years, some of America’s favorite cracker brands, including Wheat Thins, Honey Maid, Premium and Ritz will include more whole grain. By 2013, the company expects Nabisco crackers will contribute more than 9 billion servings of whole grain to American diets each year. With these improvements, a number of products, including Original Wheat Thins and Honey Maid Original Graham Crackers, will be made with 100% whole grain.