Archway, one of America’s oldest cookie manufacturers, is launching two varieties of gluten-free cookies.
The company will enter the gluten-free marketplace next month with a nationwide roll out of two gluten-free cookies in its Cookie Chips line: Sugar Cookie and Chocolate Chip.
The cookies, which are certified gluten free by the Gluten Intolerance Group, are Archway’s first gluten-free products. The company, which was founded in 1936, is best known for its soft oatmeal cookies and distinctive red packaging.
Both gluten-free cookies are crispy and styled like wafers. A serving of the Sugar Cookies, which consists of eight cookies, has 140 calories and 5 grams of total fat. A seven-cookie portion of the Chocolate Chip version has 150 calories and 6 grams of total fat.
Although Archway’s Coconut Macaroons are not made with any gluten-containing ingredients, they are not designated gluten free by the company. This may be because the company has not verified the gluten-free status of the ingredients or because of cross-contamination.
Archway is owned by Snyder’s-Lance, which recently focused on expanding its brands’ gluten-free offerings. This includes a variety of Snyder’s gluten-free pretzels, Lance gluten-free, mini-peanut-butter and cheese sandwich crackers and Cape Cod snack chips.
5 thoughts on “Archway Launching Gluten-Free Cookies”
These are really tasty! I googled them and came across your blog, so I wanted to let you know they’re very good!
I found these at Big lots. They are hands down the best gluten free cookies. But I cant find them on the internet anywhere for sale. Nor does archways website have them. Whats up?
Prior to being forced to quit eating gluten, I loved the Danish butter/sugar cookies sold in the metal tins around Christmas time. I would eat the sugar coated ones first. When I stumbled onto these, that was the taste I had been missing. Except, these are all sugar coated! YUMMY!!!
The chocolate chip gluten free are really good and not expensive. Thank you Archway.
They are certified GF. So you must be allergic to something in the cookie?