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Dutch Twins chocolate wafers
Dutch Twins wafers

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Posted by Jer2239 at 6:59 pm (PDT) on Sat September 23, 2017   
While I have never seen the white label shown here I do vividly remember the yellow box with the cellophane window and I believe it was 3 layers. The box was rectangular. I would give anything to see and eat them agaib
Posted by Scott Race at 8:58 am (PDT) on Thu May 14, 2015   
Alan, I went to a  food symbol site, and I still think the U NO is an old Orthodox Union symbol, stating the product to not be kosher, used prior to the current U in a circle, and way before the contemporary circle with a line through it for "Not".
Posted by Scott Race at 10:59 am (PDT) on Tue May 12, 2015   
Could be, but that was many years ago, and I don't know if that standard was adhered to at that time.
Posted by Alan at 9:56 am (PDT) on Tue May 12, 2015   
Scott, I don't believe so. For a U to have to do with dietary restrictions, i.e. kosher, it would be in a circle, the logo of The Union of Orthodox rabbis.
Posted by Scott Race at 9:07 am (PDT) on Tue May 12, 2015   
I believe the U and No were references to religious diet restrictions.
Posted by Scott Race at 9:06 am (PDT) on Tue May 12, 2015   
This company had a bakery (factory) in Wyoming Michigan, through the 1980's.  From 19082-1984, I worked for the company that provided security for them, and worked one shift there as a sub for someone that called in sick.  My main post was at the UPS HUB 1/4 mile a way.
Posted by unclekipsy at 10:56 am (PST) on Wed November 13, 2013   
I was talking about Kit-Kat's with a friend and told him we had something called "Dutch Twin" chocolate covered wafers back in my day (1960's to 1970's) . I remember them in a Yellow Box with a clear "window". I remember them being soooo delicious !  I did a Google search and found this website.
*** Can't wait to explore this website !!!!

Flatbush to Brownsville to Springfield Gardens then north to Westchester !!
Posted by Alan at 1:25 pm (PST) on Tue February 7, 2012   
Wow, does this bring back memories! I remember that under the pictures of the Dutch Twins were the words, "u" and "no." I thought it was the kids' names! I still wonder what it meant.
Posted by Duff at 3:09 am (PDT) on Thu August 25, 2011   
My family loved these; each box had 2 or 3 layers of wafer sticks, and we could easily finish half a box in one sitting. I finally located a photo of the Dutch Twins logo I remember, but the chocolate wafers came in a yellow box, and I'd love to find a photo of that. Heck, I'd love to find a box on the supermarket shelf!

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