Walkers Introduces Dog-Shaped Scottie Dog Shortbread CookiesHauppauge, N.Y.-based Walkers, the Scottish Highlands' bakery of the world's most popular shortbread, honors the Scottish Terrier with a new specialty pack of Walkers Shortbread Scottie Dog-shaped shortbread cookies, and they are bound to win the hearts of Scottie dog owners everywhere with their adorable shapes and their award-winning, buttery rich taste.
Cookie mavens and dog lovers everywhere will enjoy these acclaimed shortbread cookies, made only from pure butter and the finest all-natural ingredients. The newest food product from Walkers contains no artificial flavorings, colorings or additives and are certified Kosher (OUD).
Scotties, with their small, muscular body, erect ears, shaggy coat and long beard and eyebrows, are known to be brave, loyal, feisty and playful. They have been faithful companions to three U.S. Presidents -- Dwight D. Eisenhower, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and George W. Bush. Queen Victoria and Jacqueline Onassis also were partial to Scotties.
Packaged in Walkers signature red tartan plaid, the 3.9-oz cartons show two cookies on the front separated by a green plaid leash with a matching ball for play.
Suggested retail price is $3.99.
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