Walker's Shortbread Offers Golf-inspired CartonFounded in 1898, Aberlour, Scotland-based Walker's Shortbread Inc. successfully combines two Scottish favorites -- delicious Walker's Shortbread cookies and golf -- in its new St. Andrews Golfing Carton.
Each of the 8.8-oz colorful cartons contains Walkers Fingers, Rounds and Triangles, the best-selling items from the world's finest shortbread cookie baker, while the carton itself features an iconic painting of The Old Course at St. Andrews, one of the finest courses ever created and revered by golfers internationally.
Since golf is one of the five most popular sports in the U.S. and players spend over $76-billion on the game, there's no doubt there is someone who is a golf aficionado on your list; in fact, he or she might just be sitting right next to you.
Walkers is famous for its award winning shortbread made with only the finest ingredients available and the family owned company still bakes its cookies to perfection in small batches so that they receive the utmost attention. The company's products contain no artificial flavorings, colorings or additives and are certified kosher OUD.
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