Charlie’s Cookies snack boxes fly on Qantas
Charlie’s Cookies snack boxes are now being offered on selected domestic Qantas flights.
The box comprises Black Jack Aged Cheddar Cheese, Tucker’s Natural rosemary lavosh, Beerenberg caramelised onion dip and a dip-pack of Charlie’s gingerbread heart biscuits.
Charlie’s Cookies says the package is a feature of its own “Proud to call Australia home” campaign and 5 cents from every box sold will be donated to the Banagarra indigenous dance theatre. As the campaign progresses Charlie’s will partner with and donate profits to other Australian organisations and initiatives.
The Charlie’s Cookies company was launched in 1994 under the name Uncle Charlie’s Cookies. The company was acquired by former property developer and film producer, Ken Mahlab, in 2004 after it went into administration.
Charlie’s Cookies “Proud to Call Australia Home” snack boxes are a complimentary offering on selected domestic Qantas flights.
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