The owner of Crockett Cookies is planning to add peanut butter cookies to the line of “lunchroom-style” butter cookies that allowed her to grow from a home baker to a business owner with a staff that produces 5,000 five-cookie packs a week for local Walgreens and Whole Foods stores, where they retail for $3.99 or $4.99.
Crockett wants to be bigger, if not big. In addition to building an e-commerce site and a takeaway area for walk-up customers at her Fulton Street bakery, she wants to sell more cookies to Deerfield-based Walgreens Boots Alliance. “If and when I secure the national account, it will just be way different,” she says. “I’ll probably have to triple the staff.”
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I never grew up eating butter cookies. My favorite was always chocolate chip. Well, one day, my daughter had some butter cookies which wasn’t your brand and I fell in love with the taste and I’ve been in love with butter cookies ever since. I fell in love with Crockett Cookies when I was standing in line at Walgreens and saw them. I go to Walgreens just to get a couple of packs *greedy husband* lol btw, he loves them too xoxo
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Great to hear!! Thank you so much Laurlene for your order!!
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