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July 11, 2016 7:26 pm
From:Portland Or.
Message:its nice to see Hydrox back only found them in 1 store so far,at $3.50 a little pricey,compared to Oreo's double stuff selling for &2.50 every where.

Melissa L.
April 13, 2016 3:10 am
Message:Was thrilled to see the Hydrox package on the shelf at my grocery store. I always loved Hydtox and was sad when I could no longer find it. They taste so much better than Oreo. I was hopeful these Hydrox tasted like I remembered and they do. So very pleased. I will definitely be spreading the word they are back!!

March 12, 2016 11:14 pm
From:New Jersey
Message:I'm a big fan of Hyrdox. I think there should be a "Fan Club".

Jim P
March 12, 2016 12:55 pm
Message:I always preferred Hydrox cookies over Oreos. I was disappointed when the stopped making them and pre-ordered them as soon as I learned they were coming back. I'm on my third 6-pack box now and plan to keep them in stock in my pantry as long as they are in production. Thank you for the history lesson!

Phoebe Combs
March 7, 2016 9:54 pm
From:Sonoma, CA
Message:OMG! I am older than dirt, yet not as old as Hydrox! I often wondered why Oreo won the sandwich cookie war, assuming it had to be marketing. While the name "Hydrox" is a marketing nightmare, the taste and consistency are far superior to the Oreo friable cookie and cloyingly sweet filling. In fact, the only way I can even stomach Oreos is to first scrape off the sickening filling! When Oreos touted the double-filling cookie? I nearly threw up in my mouth! Hydrox always seemed to be a more adult cookie: less sweet, more dense and well-constructed. While not a cookie fanatic, I'd buy Hydrox for 3 reasons: to see if they taste like the original, to piss off the copy cat Oreo makers and to satisfy that late-night yen for a chocolate delight from my childhood. You go, Hydrox!

j watson
February 24, 2016 4:15 pm
Message:Today is my birthday. It is a great day......I got Hydrox cookies!
Many thanks to LEEF for recognizing a product, that not only is good....but offers those of us who grew-up loving them, an opportunity to share with our kids and grandkids. They should never go away!

October 3, 2015 1:06 am
Message:I just found Keebler Simply Made Chocolate Sandwich cookies on the shelf. These have the same design imprint (except for the name in the middle), same taste, same consistency as Hydrox. They are the same cookie under a different name. Check it out. Yum!

Lorraine Jones
September 24, 2015 2:23 am
From:S.F. bay area
Message:Hydrox!! always the best. Oreos don't begin to compare. I was devastated when they stopped making them. this is a GOOD Thing.

September 4, 2015 9:54 pm
From:Los Angeles
Message:According to Leaf/Hydrox Facebook page the first batch of cookies are ready to ship to stores, woot!

Tom Leatn
September 4, 2015 6:07 pm
From:Kane County, Illinois
Message:Now that the maker of Oreos is considering moving its production from Chicago to Mexico, perhaps a movement to boycott Oreos in favor of Hydrox cookies would be popular (it would make sense in Chicago)

darryl williams
August 13, 2015 8:08 pm
Message:my brother I used to be crazy about hydrox cookies in the early sixties and beyond.When they discontinued hydrox in the late 1990 we were devastated. In 2008 they brought back a limited sale for it's 100 year birthday.now I find out they are bringing them back,I hpoe this new company leaf brands stick to the orginal recipe.make the baby boomers proud!!!

Tom Medaglia
August 10, 2015 8:08 pm
From:Alameda, CA 94502
Message:Back in the 50's & 60's I Ioved Hydrox Cookies. Best chocolate creame cookie made. Then they disappeared. I hear they are going to make a come back. We shop Safeway and hope wee will be able to get them there some day soon.

Andrile Williams
August 5, 2015 11:48 pm
Message:Yayyyyy Hydrox cookies was just mentioned on Jeopardy, two of my favorites and I'm praying they make a comeback.

Coco Bane
August 4, 2015 7:35 am
From:United States
Message:Please bring the back. These cookies and Scouted pies were my favorites growing up. I need some happy food back in my life. Thank you so much

j watson
July 31, 2015 5:50 pm
what is the marketing plan for distribution? I ask, becasue there are several retail outlets in our area that would be interested in carrying Hydrox...some carried thme the last time they came out.
and how can we ordered them direct from the company?
Can't wait.

July 21, 2015 5:13 pm
Message:When Hydrox disappeared, I found that Canadian Oreos (which I would pick up at the store in Haines Junction, Yukon Territory, Canada, on our way from Southeastern Alaska to the Interior) were actually quite different from American Oreos, and similar to historic Hydrox.

Been a few years since I made that trip, so don't know if that is still the case.


Ellia Kassoff
July 16, 2015 5:48 pm
From:Leaf Brands
Message:Hi, We wanted to give you an update on Hydrox and also tell you it looks like a "bot" spammed you with hundreds of blank messages. You might want to delete them so people can read the comments. Hydrox will be back in 45 days or less. We're just waiting on the new die to be machined and delivered.

Roger C
July 5, 2015 1:11 pm
Message:FB site for Hydrox cookies has update that Leaf Brands will be selling on Amazon during their initial production. Their statement:
"Some of you have asked how we plan to sell Hydrox on Amazon during the initial production. Since all of you here are real Hydrox nuts, we decided to sell them as a master case of six packages, not as a single package. This way, you will have plenty to share with family and friends. Quite frankly, we don't know of anyone who will buy just one pack anyway!"

S. Parham
June 6, 2015 5:20 am
From:the south west
Message:I wasn't shure if they were canceled. How ever I think I can remember in the news people were buying lots of them with out hearing them canceled. I want them back again and they have to taste and look like they did before. Or else I wont trust them.

Lynne Welte
May 12, 2015 4:58 am
From:Originally from NJ
Message:I have always loved Hydrox Cookies and have searched for them wherever I've visited . . . .alas to no avail. They were far superior to Oreos and I do not 'buy' Oreos because 'they' are the cheap knock off. I'd love to see Hydrox back on the grocery store shelves!!
I'm Italian, by the way. lol

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