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Otis Spunkmeyer’s New Whole Grain Cookie Dough Meets USDA School Lunch Guidelines

May 14, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
The fundraising division of the Otis Spunkmeyer baking company is offering a reformulated – healthier and sweeter – “guilt-free” version of its frozen chocolate chip cookie dough to organizations that sell baked goods to raise money. The dough now uses more whole grain flour, along with “decadent’ Barry Callebaut chocolate chips. A  cookie made with the dough has 30 percent fewer calories from fat, less than 10 percent calories from saturated fat and less than 30 percent sugar. The company claims that the whole grain formula meets new USDA school nutritional requirements.
"Otis Spunkmeyer® Fundraising Re-Introduces Reduced Fat Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Now Made with More Whole Grain", PRWeb, May 14, 2013, © Vocus PRW Holdings, LLC
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