Whole Foods selling 25-cent cookies to celebrate National Cookie Day

Whole Foods selling 25-cent cookies to celebrate National Cookie Day
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In honor of National Cookie Day on Dec. 4, Whole Foods will be selling freshly baked chocolate chip cookies for just a quarter all weekend long!

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Cookie bonanza!

The healthy supermarket is baking up a slew of cookie goodness at all U.S. locations. Limit three per customer while supplies last.

The cookie promotion actually began on Nov. 30 and will run through Dec. 6 — two additional days beyond National Cookie Day.

“We’re really proud of our made-in-house cookies and the team members who bake them up fresh, so we hope these treats bring some sweetness and savings to our customers this time of year,” said Tien Ho, Whole Foods Market’s global vice president of culinary and hospitality.

Since this is Whole Foods we’re talking about, expect the cookies to be made with cage-free eggs and non-bleached or bromated flour. No artificial preservatives, colors, sweeteners or hydrogenated fats either!

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