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Hans Freitag’s German cookies and wafers are European favorites and top sellers in America. These delicious cookies and crispy wafer assortments come in gift boxes and handy bags. A wide variety features chocolate covered biscuits, cream filled wafers, jam centered cookies and those drizzled with chocolate. Hans Freitag is rooted in the traditional baker’s trade and proudly continue to uphold the highest standards in our production of baked goods.
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I love these cookies and will continue to buy them but this price is outrages. I purchase them for about $4.50 at the grocery store. These cookies are light and FULL of flavor. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Just a tsp
These cookies are unbelievable tasty. This is the second time ordering. Everyone one in my family brag on how delicious they werePublished 7 months ago by Wayne Lewis
Great cookie assortment. Practically next best thing to Girl Scout cookies.Published 8 months ago by Ron
my father always buy this for me when I was a little kid, it is sooooo yummy and delicious,!!
A big treat for sweet lover and cookie wafer lover!!!
great tasting flavors and shapes too I all most ate the whole bag at one sitting and was still looking for morePublished 19 months ago by 594now
The wafers are too sweet, but overall it has good taste. It has varieties of wafers. Worth to try it.Published on March 7, 2013 by Selena H
I have purchased these in the past with little issue. This time I received 5 packs of crumbs. Didn't even come close to resembling the picture on the front of the package. Read morePublished on January 10, 2013 by Michael J. Wegner