Popular family snack ‘quietly’ discontinued after brand dropped much-loved cookie

NABISCO has confirmed that a popular snack has been taken off the shelves.

It’s not the only product chief at the food company to have been fired as its famous chocolate waffles were put on hold.

Nabisco no longer makes Stoned Wheat Porridge


Nabisco no longer makes Stoned Wheat PorridgePhoto credit: Red Oval Farms
The Chiefs discontinued Nabisco's famous chocolate wafers to make way for new products


The Chiefs discontinued Nabisco’s famous chocolate wafers to make way for new productsPhoto credit: Walmart

Nabisco caused outrage when it announced in November 2022 that The Red Oval Farms Stoned Wheat Thins had been delisted.

Shoppers were devastated when they heard the news.

Lisa Lucas (@Likaluca) said, “Stoned Wheat Thins has been discontinued and I’m robbed.”

In a subsequent tweet, she described the snack as “the only good cracker.”

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Another Twitter user (@dorifreer) asked the brand: “Why did you take Stoned Wheat Thins off the list? The best cracker ever!”

The Archaeologist Alex Joffe demanded: “Bring back gutted wheat porridge!”

In the meantime, dr. Nancy Glass (@DrNancyGlass1) said: “The cessation of wheat thinning by Red Oval Farms is inexcusable.

“Please bring her back. There are NO substitutes. Those tiny wheat thinnings are no excuse.”

Pari Sabety (@PSabety) described Stoned Wheat Thins as “better than everyone else”.

It remains unknown why the product was discontinued by the brand.

The US newspaper Sun has reached out to Nabisco’s parent company, Mondelez International, for comment.

At the time of publication, we have not yet received an answer.

Nabisco also caused outrage when it announced that its famous chocolate waffles had been canceled.

Fans ate them as a small snack with coffee or tea or used them to make a base for cakes and tarts.

Traditionally, the waffles were used as a base for chocolate mousse cakes.

A spokesman for Mondelez said The spruce eats that the goodies had been put aside for “new innovations”.

The decision to put the cookies on hold didn’t sit well with shoppers.

A fan only known as @WordGardenersaid, “Not your chocolate waffle cookies!

“They are an important ingredient in so many things I prepare for the summer and the holidays. I’m disappointed, but not as disappointed as my family is about to be!”

Other Twitter The user slammed Nabisco and claimed the bosses “ruined” their summer.

A Facebook A group honoring the legendary chocolate waffle has been formed and has more than 1,800 members.

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Nostalgic social media users have been sharing copycat recipes online as they try to recreate the classic treats.

Shoppers can also purchase family packs of Oreo Thins from Kroger for $4.59.

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing zackzwiezen@ustimespost.com.

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