In the early 20th century, Lance added a twist to the popular cookie called Token, calling it Nekot instead, or Token spelled backwards. The cookie has been enjoyed ever since! Rich peanut butter sandwiched between two baked vanilla cookies creates crunchy and creamy layers of flavor.
Nekot cookies are so called (supposedly) because they were originally circular and called “token” cookies. One day, the packaging machine wrapped them inside out. Nekot is “token” spelled backwards and the name sticks.
Real peanut butter filling between two sweet vanilla flavored cookies makes for a snack that will satisfy your hunger while satisfying your sweet tooth.
The word nabs derives from a National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) product called the “Peanut Sandwich Packet”, which was released in 1924. The wrapper of snack crackers – priced at five cents and sealed for transport – became ubiquitous at gas stations, registers, milk bars, canteens and newsstands.
Contains: Wheat, Peanuts, Soy, Milk.,Do not purchase if package is opened or torn.
Lance Nekot Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies are not keto friendly as they are high-carb processed foods that contain unhealthy ingredients like sugar, canola oil and fortified flour.
Lance is an American snack food brand owned by Snyder’s-Lance, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. As of 2018, Snyder’s-Lance is owned by Campbell’s. Lance, Inc. Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Hello, unfortunately our Choc-O-Lunch cookies have been discontinued. Thank you for letting us know that you would like to see them back on the shelves! Miss the REAL Van-O Lunch Sandwiches.