Tiny Teddy

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Tiny Teddy is a brand of sweet biscuits manufactured by Arnott's in Australia, since 1991.


Each biscuit is small and teddy bear-shaped, and variations in facial expression have been given the names Happy, Sleepy, Grumpy, Cheeky, Silly and Hungry. [1] They are similar in appearance to the North American Teddy Grahams.

Tiny Teddy biscuits are available in four flavours:

Tiny Teddy is also available as a cereal named "Teeny Tiny Teddy" with the choice of either chocolate flavoured or honey flavoured "bear-shaped" cereal. [3]

In 2004 Arnott's released a range of savoury Tiny Teddy biscuits, but these weren't successful and were shortly discontinued. [4]

In 2006 Arnott's authorised the release of four story books, aimed at pre-school aged children, published as the 'Arnott's Tiny Teddy Adventure Stories'. [5]

In Indonesia, Tiny Teddy are sold as Nyam-Nyam Teddy or Good Time Teddy. [ citation needed ]

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