Fat's back!

Doheny, Kathleen; McCarthy, Jenna
December 1998
Shape;Dec98, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p22
Presents information on the fat content added to Nabisco company's SnackWell's cookies and crackers for better flavor. Average grams of fat per serving added to cookies and crackers; Comments from Ann Smith, spokeswoman for Nabisco.


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