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Back to School with Nonni's THINaddictives!

Hi Neighbors!

School is kicking back in every where!  I remember school used to start after Labor Day, but it seems to start earlier and earlier every year.  A nice back to school treat are the Nonni's THINaddictives!  They are great snacks at home and of course you can always throw a pack in a lunch box.  Our favorite way to have the THINaddictives is with a warm beverage!  Hot coffee, tea or even hot cocoa work great with Nonni's.

THINaddictives come in several flavors.  Cranberry Almond Thins, Pistachio and Cranberry Raisinare a couple of the flavors available.  They are a crunchy, addictive snack.   Each package is 100 calories, made with real fruit and loaded with almonds.


Moms may want to hide a box for themselves to have with their morning coffee or after the children are in bed at night.  They make a great snack for the children after school too!  They are low carb and low fat, with 3 grams of protein.  That will help hold of hunger until dinner.  How do you like your Nonni's THINaddictives?


History:
Nonni’s Biscotti grew out of true Italian tradition. In the little town of Lucca, Italy along narrow cobbled lanes surrounded by elegant piazzas, our Nonni (an endearing term for Grandma) made biscotti to share with family and friends. When Nonni came to America, almost a century ago, she brought the family recipe with her.
To this day, the same family recipe using real eggs, butter and gourmet bittersweet chocolate is still used to give our biscotti a light, crunchy texture that is delicately sweet. Our devotion to quality ingredients has been the foundation for the continued success of the company, and the key reason Nonni’s Biscotti is the number one selling biscotti in the country.

So, add them to your Back to School shopping list!  One neighbor will receive some samples of Nonni's THINaddictives.  See you soon, At the Fence!



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Comments

Darlene said…
My favorite flavor is Cranberry Almond Thins
Nancy said…
First I'd try the Pistachio Almond Thins!
Colleen Maurina said…
I would really like to try the Cranberry Almond Thins - love cranberries!
andrea v said…
Mango coconut and almond sounds good
Jackie said…
I would like to try the Cranberry Almond Thins. I also think the Banana Dark Chocolate Almond Thins sound delicious.
Thank you!
Shelly Leatham said…
Cranberry Almond is my favorite!!
Shelley P said…
These look so good!! I'd like to try the Mango Coconut Almond Thins the most :)

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