Rivi's makes cookies that are, well, guilt free, at least free of the "bad" things in cookies, such as butter, margarine and oil; they are low sodium, dairy and nut free; and have no preservatives nor artificial flavouring or colour. They are also made in Canada, in Toronto, and can be found in health food stores and some supermarkets. The granola is made of oats, barley and spelt; the sweetening, and binding, is from honey and brown rice syrup. Throw in 70% dark chocolate chunks, and you have an interesting cookie.
Ok, these might be good for you, and don't have any of the bad stuff, but they are hard — not crunchy, but hard, and a cookie I would not want to eat on a regular basis, and not be concerned about my teeth. Otherwise, they tasted good.