They are somehow supposed to be healtier than regular cookies. Are they tasty?
I wonder about the implied nutritinal claims as well. Reading thru the site this seems to sum it up
"Will this replace my (my kids) need for vitamins/supplements?
No, our cookies are intended to replace other cookies or indulgent snacks that offer no nutritional value, but in no way are they intended to replace the use of vitamins/supplements or any other healthy eating habits that you already follow."
Yet the horn they blow more loudly is this
"these are rich with calcium, iron and vitamins A, B, C, D and E. They also have 3 grams of fiber and a total of 20 essential vitamins and minerals"
There have just been too many cookies witth inflated nutrtional claims or nutritinal snacks that taste like cardboard.
If these are any good, which do you like best?
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