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New option for lunch snacks

By Anthony Savvides
Globe Correspondent / September 7, 2011

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Kids might have something new to look forward to in their lunch boxes this fall. Just in time for the school year, Barbara’s Bakery has released Snackimals animal cookies (99 cents for a 2.125-ounce bag) in a new peanut butter flavor. The cookies, made with organic grains, are crunchy and lightly sweetened. The pure peanut butter is neither overpowering nor too subtle. Children will enjoy the sweet, crispy snack while parents will appreciate the cookies as a healthy alternative sweet in their bagged lunches. Snackimals include no artificial flavors, high-fructose corn syrup, or preservatives. They are available in a variety of flavors, including new double chocolate, oatmeal, and snickerdoodle. Available at Shaw’s Porter Square, 49 White St., Cambridge, 617-492-5566.