Why are there holes in the Animal Crackers?
The holes in the Animal Crackers are called "dockers." The holes are there to let some of the air out of the crackers and reduce the rising process. This helps retain the animal cracker shape.
What is the difference between a cookie and a cracker?
Stauffer's Animal Crackers have less sugar and shortening than cookies. Animal Cookies, another Stauffer's product line, have slightly less flour than animal crackers. Animal crackers have a layered dough, which gives the crackers a crunchy and delicate texture. Break an animal cracker in half and you will see layers.
Where can I purchase your products?
We have several options. First, click here for a listing of some of our nationwide retailer partners who carry Stauffer's products. You can purchase them online, too. Just go to the Shop Now section of our website to find some of your favorites. Finally, if you still can't find the Stauffer's item you're craving, please call the Stauffer's Outlet at 1.800.673.2473 x 308. Someone will be happy to help you there.
What is the shelf life of your products?
Shelf life varies per product six (6) to nine (9) months.
What animal shapes are included in Stauffer's Animal Crackers?
The animal shapes are indentified on this page.
How can I remove the label from my Animal Cracker Jug without scratching it?
Use WD-40 or Avon's Skin-So-Soft.
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