Yep, they are. Last time I had a product of theirs, it was stale to be honest. But I know people that swear by them.
This anti-Christmas stuff is ridiculous. The holiday stopped being about the birth of Christ long before commerical accomodations to non-Christians got involved. For all intents and purposes, Christmas is gift time and not a religious holiday for the vast majority of Americans. I honestly don’t mind that stores want to cater to the largest crowd possible. I mean, customers trump religious sensibilities on the balance sheet.
All I need to know is when and where my Christmas mass will be. I prefer to celebrate the birth of Jesus at home and in church - the mall really doesn’t factor in to this.
I’ll leave the boycotting and whining to the anti-anti-Christmas crowd that seems to be more concerned about marketing slogans and store displays then using the time to open their hearts and homes and spreading cheer during (what used to be a universally) sacred time.