Bring back Jack's Swedish Shortbread Christmas Cookies
It meant Christmas was approaching. A sure sign Santa was on his way. You walk into the grocery store and proudly displayed near the front door was a mountain of bright red boxes with the most delicious, most anticipated, most loved holiday treat to be found on a grocery store shelf. Jack's Swedish Shortbread Christmas Cookies. These thought of these sweet treats, dusted with red and gold sprinkles, brings back fond memories for countless families of holidays past. For those fortunate enough to enjoy and remember these cookies, you know it was impossible to leave the grocery store without a box when they were in stock. The red box called to you and disappeared faster than Kris Kringle's reindeer once it hit the kitchen counter. Murray Cookies, a division of Kelloggs, still produces a limited selection ofJack's products, but not Swedish Shortbreads. Tell Murray and Kelloggs that the holidays aren't the same without Jack's Swedish Shortbreads.