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Bahlsen Cookies has a limited edition holiday assortment.
My Thoughts about the Bahlsen’s cookie holiday assortment:
The holidays are a busy time for a lot of us. We have parties to attend, shopping, decorating, along with our other daily errands. Sometimes you remember at the last minute you are suppose to bring cookies to an event. Bahlsen’s is there to rescue you.
For a limited time Bahlsen’s has a holiday assortment of cookies that taste just like homemade. There are 3 varieties in this line: Traditional Christmas assorment, Gingerbread and Gingerbread covered in chocolate.
I’m not a big fan of gingerbread but the rest of my family are. They loved these cookies. My dad and daughter both took some into work for the community break room and everyone loved these. They were the first to disappear.
For more than 122 years, generations of the Bahlsen family have made European biscuits,to be enjoyed by generations of biscuit lovers. Bahlsen’s origins lie in the entrepreneurial spirit of its founder, Hermann Bahlsen, who launched his business in 1889, in Hannover, Germany, where his descendants carry on the company today.
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