Albertson’s Chocolate Sandwich Creme Cookies
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  • It's not a complex cookie by any means, yet it's a very satisfying cookie that can be enjoyed a variety of ways, as the Oreo cookie commercials used to show
  • For some, the Oreo cookie can never be replaced, but others looking to save some money might consider this cheaper alternative acceptable


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      Oreo cookies have been around now for several decades. It’s not a complex cookie by any means, yet it’s a very satisfying cookie that can be enjoyed a variety of ways, as the Oreo cookie commercials used to show. Nabisco Oreo cookies sell for over or around three dollars a package in most grocery stores and several grocery store chains have stocked store brand cookies that very much resemble Oreo cookies in shape and color. At Albertsons, down the cookie aisle and near the Nabisco Oreo cookies, one can find Albertsons Chocolate Sandwich Creme Cookies. They look very much like the Nabisco Oreo cookies.

      A package of the Albertsons cookies sells for two dollars and twenty-nine cents, making the cookies around seventy-five cents to a dollar cheaper than the name brand Oreo cookies, depending on


      where the Oreo cookies are purchased. The Albertsons cookies come in a package that’s comparable in size to the package the Oreo cookies come in, so just by looking at the price and looking at the package the cookies come in, it would seem that the Albertsons cookies are the better value when compared with the Nabisco brand. Once the Albertsons product is sampled however, it becomes easy to tell the difference between an Albertsons cookie and a Nabisco cookie.

      While the name brand and store brand chocolate and creme sandwich cookies both feature a fairly rich chocolate cookie portion that’s crunchy, the Albertsons cookies take a nosedive in quality when it comes to the creme portion that sits in the middle. The Albertsons cookies have a creme that’s not as sweet and satisfying as ...


      • the creme used for the Oreo cookies. The creme also wasn’t quite as smooth and soft. Thus, it wasn’t as easy to separate the Albertsons sandwich cookie and lick the creme as it was with the Oreo cookie. This brought down the overall quality of the Albertsons product and as a result, the Albertsons cookies weren’t as enjoyable to eat as the Nabisco Oreo cookies.

        The creme was too thick and solid, plus didn’t stand out as well in flavor as the creme used by Nabisco for the Oreo cookies. They still were edible, most certainly, and tasty to an extent, but the lack of a real rich creme center negatively impacted the overall quality of the sandwich cookie. The Albertsons product is cheaper than the Nabisco product, but the Nabisco product surpasses the Albertsons

        product by a noticeable amount. The Albertsons product was just as fresh as the Nabisco product, though, so they were equal in that regard.

        The Albertsons Chocolate Sandwich Creme Cookies don’t measure up too well when compared with the Nabisco Oreo cookies. Both are quite chocolaty and both offer fresh cookies, but the creme center is just as important as the chocolate cookie portion of the sandwich cookie and in that regard, the Albertsons product could stand some definite improvement. A person will save money by picking up a package of the Albertsons cookies, but that person will also be picking up an inferior product. For some, the Oreo cookie can never be replaced, but others looking to save some money might consider this cheaper alternative acceptable. I feel that a “6″ rating is appropriate.




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