Mr. Christie's Arrowroot Biscuits
350 g
These cookies are great for babies to nibble on and are safe to give them as soon as they are ready for solid foods.

Ingredients: Enriched wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oil shortening (soybean or canola, modified palm, modified palm kernel), arrowroot flour, glucose-fructose, salt, cornstarch, baking soda, glycerol, soy lecithin, diammonium phosphate, sulphites, natural flavour.

Contains wheat, soy and sulphite.

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Eva: a few days ago

I would never feed this to my baby in a million years! Have you read the ingredients? So disappointing.

Bob: a few months ago

I am 87 years old and have always hated arrowroot since my old nanny tried them on me 86 years ago. Recently I lost a bet to the great great nephew of that same old nanny (may she be at peace) and the punishment was to eat a box of the vile things. I was horrified, but had to go through with the deed. Fearing the worst, I took my first bite and was thrilled with the high amount of sugars, fructose-glucose and much much more! If only I had known that a 1/2 century old recipe had finally been fixed... for the better! Hallelujah!! These cookies have given me the will to live on for a long long time, and I intend to indulge in Mr Christie’s NEW DELICIOUS arrowroots at every chance. Praise God? More like, Praise Mr Christie! Amen!

Francis: more than a year ago

Are you kidding? Does anyone read the ingredient list before eating this stuff? I don't know what they were made with 50 years ago but I would never feed this stuff to a baby.

Liz: more than a year ago

Wow, what did you do to this cookie? Bought a box for first time in three years. This is not the same cookie I have enjoyed for the previous 50 years. The cookie tastes awful. It is too sweet and not in a good way. So disappointed. Returning to good ole' PF digestives.

JOAnne: more than a year ago

Why would Christies change its recipe? I too have eaten Christie's brand Arrowroot for 60 years and I avoid cheaper brands--but now they are sweeter and definitely not that good!!! So disappointed.

Charlie: more than a year ago

I agree with the other posters. What happened to the original Arrowroot? They don't taste like they have the last 40 years or so. What a disappointment! Why can't you have both the original and the new arrowroot? I just bought my last box.

Donna: more than a year ago

I have eaten Mr. Christie's arrowroots since I was a baby - and I am now 62 years of age. My family and I have enjoyed Arrowroots all our lives ...until the last 2 months. I am so disappointed in the quality of the arrowroots now - they don't taste the same at all, they are overcooked and they are in the cheapest, flimsy wrap that tears the second you open them ... how disappointing! WE have always gone through a large box of 10 arrowroots per week in my family and I am so mad that you had to change and cheapen them ... Mr. Christie ...You don't make good cookies any more! Something needs to be done!!!!!!

John: more than a year ago

Sorry! No longer can I give this product five stars. They hardly deserve one. On receiving our last batch my wife and I both took a bite and immediately knew something was wrong. The biscuits tasted terrible. Even the texture had changed - more brittle than previous consignments. They were well within the sell-by date. Obviously, there's been some change to the recipe and they now contain high fructose corn syrup (glucose-fructose, as it's known in Canada). We now have eight boxes of inedible rubbish I wouldn't feed to the dog, let alone a baby. No more Mr Christie's for us! I suppose this is the result of Christie's now being owned by Kraft Foods? Just another great product ruined by penny-pinching corporate profit. No fault of, their service has always been excellent.

Qi: more than a year ago

John: more than a year ago

Great biscuits! They're supposed to be for babies, but I'm 67 and I love them. We live in the USA and you can't buy decent arrowroot biscuits here, so we order a dozen boxes at a time from They're great for dunking with tea. are always friendly, and the shipping is fast.

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