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No More Cages: New Animal Cracker Packaging Sets The Mighty Beasts Free

"To continue to make the brand relevant for years to come, we felt this was the right time for the next evolution in our design, now showing the animals in a natural habitat," said the company.
In the new Barnum's Animals box, the animals roam free. Source: Mondelez International

Lions and tigers and bears are now roaming free – on the box for Barnum's Animals.

For more than a century, the animal cracker packaging has shown the mighty beasts locked behind bars in a circus boxcar.

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