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PRODUCT: Blue Chip Cookies In 20 Different Flavors

Comfort food: peanut butter cookies and a
glass of milk. Photo by River Soma | THE


From Loveland, Ohio, we received a gift of Blue Chip Cookies from Chief Cookie Officer Donna Drury.

The company’s phone number, 1.800.888.YUMM, lives up to its promise.

The all-natural cookies are available in some 20 different flavors, including Almond Toffee, with or without chocolate chips; Black & White, a chocolate chip cookie with both dark and white chocolate chips; Blue Chip Joy, made with almonds, coconut and semisweet chocolate chips; Peanut Butter Surprise, with dark chocolate chips; Triple Chocolate, a combination of milk chocolate, semisweet chocolate and bittersweet chocolates; and White Chocolate Macadamia.

You’ll find all the classics, too, from oatmeal and plain PB to snickerdoodle.

If you know someone in need of a treat or need to send a thank you to your Thanksgiving hosts, a cheerful blue and yellow tin of Blue Chip Cookies will be most appreciated.


The company ships anywhere in the world from If you’re in need of business gifts, there’s a selection that is sure to please.

Want To Sell Cookies?

This year, the company established a Gourmet Cookie Licensing Program to partner with retailers to sell fresh-baked Blue Chip cookies. Check the company website for more information.

Trivia: Loveland is a suburb of Cincinnati, the “Blue Chip City.” Cincinnati got the name because it’s home to the headquarters of numerous “blue chip” corporations. The cookies can hold their own in the “blue chip” category.


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