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Famous Amos Cookies, Chocolate Chip, 2 oz., 36/Carton (18495)

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Item #: 901-18495Q
  Model #: KEE18495
Brand: Famous Amos
Famous Amos Cookies, Chocolate Chip, 2 oz., 36/Carton (18495)
$21.59 Carton
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Treat your department to a sweet snack with this case of Famous Amos chocolate-chip cookies. Stock a pantry, break room, or waiting room with these 2-ounce cookie packs made with premium Ambrosia chocolate chips. This case includes 36 packs of Famous Amos chocolate-chip cookies, which are certified kosher.
  • Cookies are delicious and tempting in chocolate chip flavor
  • 2 oz. packages
  • Serving size is 1 package
  • 36 per carton
  • Perfect for the office break room or on-the-go snacking
  • Ready-to-eat
Inspired by an Amos family recipe, Wally Amos perfected the ultimate chocolate chip cookie in 1975. Amos began his company with a commitment to using only the best ingredients, just like he did in his own kitchen. Today, Famous Amos Cookies meet the same high standards, incorporating semi-sweet chocolate and flavorful nuts for the homemade taste that made Amos famous.
Flavor : Chocolate Pack Size : 36 Sugar Free : No Gluten Free : No
Organic : No Fat Free : No Kosher : Yes All Natural : No
Snack & Meal Type : Cookies & Sweets Snack Flavor : Chocolate Brand : Famous Amos Customizable : No
Weight : 4.90 lbs. per Carton

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