October 29, 1997 in Food

Moon On The Rise

 

Cookies that come packaged in plastic aren’t usually good news nutritionally.

But the big, chewy Montana Moon cookies, made in Billings by three health-conscious sisters, are free of preservatives and full of natural ingredients like turbinado sugar, canola oil, aluminum-free baking powder, purified water and applesauce.

They’re full of flavor, too - from the original Wild Oats n’ Raisins to Almond Chocolate Chunk, Raspberry Rapture, Mocha Java Jump and the hearty Happy Trails.

Price: $1 to $1.50 per 4-ounce cookie (sample packs of 15 available for $16.50 plus shipping; call 800-276-0664).

Available: At various Spokane area convenience stores, as well as Deaconess Medical Center Gift Shop, Alpine Deli, Wild Walls Climbing Gym, the Nut Factory and Oasis Espresso in Spokane; Mrs. T’s Boutique in Post Falls, and Mocha Motion and Java the Hut in Hayden.

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MEMO: Do you know of a new, unusual or just plain good food item? Tell us about it at Food Finds, Features Department, The Spokesman-Review, P.O. Box 2160, Spokane, WA 99210. Call 459-5446; fax 459-5098.

Do you know of a new, unusual or just plain good food item? Tell us about it at Food Finds, Features Department, The Spokesman-Review, P.O. Box 2160, Spokane, WA 99210. Call 459-5446; fax 459-5098.


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