Toll House: Since 1939. Coffee-Mate is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Nestle Toll House with two new cookie flavors. Nutritional Compass: Nestle - Good food, good life. Good Question: What is Snickerdoodle creamer? Good to Know: Coffee-Mate Snickerdoodle creamer is inspired by the all-time favorite Snickerdoodle cookie and has hints of sugar cookie and cinnamon flavors. Good to Remember: Use in moderation for your perfect cup. Cholesterol-free.
Shake before use. Do not freeze. Keep refrigerated. For best quality, use within 14 days of opening. Completely remove freshness seal under cap.
Contains: Does not contain any of the 8 major allergens
May Contain: Does not contain any of the 8 major allergens
Serving Size: 1.0 tablespoons
Store: In a Refrigerated location at Refrigerated
Exterior Container: Plastic Bottle
Features: Dairy free, lactose free
Dietary Needs: Cholesterol free, gluten free, 0 grams saturated fat, Kosher
State of Readiness: Mix, mix
Servings: 32.0, Approximate
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Milk fat level: Does not contain milk fat
Exterior container weight: 16.0 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 284-05-0006
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