Sunshine Biscuits was an American food manufacturer that mainly focused on cereals, cookies, and crackers. From 1992 to 1993, the company sold chocolate-, cinnamon-, and honey-flavored cookies in the shape of characters from Super Mario World.
From June to New Year's Eve of 1992, Sunshine Biscuits hosted a giveaway consisting of various Nintendo products. Customers would have to find a "winning game piece" under the top flap of specially marked cookie boxes and send it to the Sunshine Biscuits company headquarters.
|Prize||Chance of winning||Number of items available|
|Super Nintendo Entertainment System with a Super Mario World cartridge||1:24,000||100|
|Game Boy with a Super Mario Land cartridge||1:12,000||200|
|Super Mario World Nelsonic Game Watch with headphones||1:8,000||300|
|Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch||1:6,000||400|
|Prepaid one-year subscription to Nintendo Power||1:4,800||500|
One side of the box for chocolate cookies. Morton's left hand is miscolored.
Newspaper advertisement from The Bismarck Tribune
Newspaper advertisement from Sioux City Journal