Charlie’s Cookies goes ‘artisan’
Charlie’s Cookies is promoting what it describes as an ‘artisan’ range of biscuits for cafes.
The ‘artisan’ version of biscuits come either individually wrapped or in larger packs designed for cookie jars.
Flavours include choc granola, white choc apricot, choc salted caramel and choc oats.
Co-owner of Charlie’s Cookies, Jacky Magid, said ingredients such as quinoa flakes, pepita sunflower seeds and linseeds are used to make the cookies.
“It’s a real opportunity for fellow food lovers to enjoy wholesome AND delicious cookies,” Magid said.
The launch of the new range comes after Charlie’s Cookies launched a snack box for selected Qantas flights in April 2016.
The Charlie’s Cookies business began life 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 ‘artisan range’ is available now from cafes with a recommended retail price of AUD $3 – $4.
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