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Milk Arrowroot: historical flagship biscuit brand of Arnott's, made with Arrowroot flour, but only enough that the name Arrowroot can still be used on the label, once was commonly given to babies to introduce them to solid food. Mint Slice: a round chocolate biscuit topped with mint flavoured cream and coated in dark chocolate.What does the parrot logo mean for Arnott's chocolate biscuits?
The original parrot logo which has become symbolic of the brand. (Arnott's) It comes as coronavirus restrictions saw an additional four million packets of chocolate biscuits swiped from supermarket shelves between March and June of this year, the brand confirmed.Why do they call Arnott'the Biscuit Baron'?
Some have suggested this was Arnott's motto. Or perhaps it related to the values of William Arnott, who was dubbed the "biscuit baron". But it could be purely down to his fondness for puns.Who owns Arnott's biscuits?
In 1997, the Campbell Soup Company of North America, a shareholder of Arnott's since the 1980s, acquired Arnott's in full. Thus, in 1997, Arnott's Biscuits Ltd became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Campbell Soup Company.