Several types of cookies, including certain flavours of Newtons and individual brands including Cookie Breaks, Swiss Creme Cookies, and Kettle Cookies, have been discontinued by Nabisco over the years. As of 2015, the Hometown Favorites website includes more than 12 Nabisco cookie lines that have been discontinued.
The National Biscuit Company, or Nabisco, is best known for cookies like Oreos and Fig Newtons. In 1792, the company began as a bakery in Massachusetts, manufacturing and distributing “pilot bread” biscuits for sailors on long trips. Pilot bread is no longer available.
Classic confections like the Fig Newton have thrived and endured thanks to strong client devotion. The corporation has tried out new biscuits and crackers, some of which have since been phased out. Blueberry, apple, cranberry, and cherry Newtons, for example, were withdrawn. Butter Cookies, Cookie Break Cookies, Giggles Vanilla Sandwich Cookies, Kettle Cookies, Melody Cookies, Snaps Cookies, Swiss Creme Cookies, and T.J. Bearwich Cookies were all introduced, but were later phased out.
Wafers are another Nabisco product, and one of the company’s initial snacks. As of 2015, the Brown Edge Wafer, along with savoury chips and crackers including Cheese Tidbits, Flings, Sip & Chip Snack Crackers, and Tuna Twists, has been discontinued.