Food of the Seventies, Fudge-nut Cookies

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It was made by archway. don't know when it came out but I ate it in the 70's. They stopped making it several years ago. Said they didn't sell enough but my family bought a package every week. Also I loved tiger red and would like to know if it is available anywhere in the U.S. One more thing. There was a candy bar called barnone. It may have come out later then the 70's. Know what happened to it?
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michelle - June 15, 2009 - Report this comment
I too miss fudge-nut cookies. My mother bought them every week, too. We also bougth tiger red in the summer. Also marathon bars. I called archway myself and was told the same thing. About them not selling enough. They also sold a cheaper chocolate cookie with frosting. In orange and lemon flavors too. The chocolate tasted like the fudge-nut w/o the nuts. They stopped making those too. So Sad!!!!
David Lucas - January 19, 2018 - Report this comment
Maybe Archway could divulge the recipe for the fudge nut cookies?
Greg Givens - March 12, 2018 - Report this comment
I ate enough Archway Fudge Nut (cookies/bars/brownies) in the 70's to pay for their corporate headquarters!! LOL I agree, either convince Archway to do a retro revisit of this cookie for another customer trial....or maybe divulge the recipe, if they never plan to re-release them.

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