Company Fact Sheet
Cookies by Design, inventor of the original cookie bouquet, offers fresh baked,
hand-decorated cookies that are delivered to customers. Cookies
by Design specializes in one-of-a-kind gifts with the ability to personalize
any message and customize any shape for any occasion.
Products At each franchise location, Cookies by Design bakes fresh cookie
bouquets, cookie cakes and individual, gourmet cookies. Most cookies
are made with sugar, cinnamon brown sugar or chocolate cookie
dough. While the average-size and most popular 7-cookie bouquet is
around $55, products range from $16 - $100 and beyond, based on
Cookies by Design has licensing agreements with Disney, Garfield, Winnie
the Pooh, National Football League, Major League Baseball and NCAA to
reproduce exact characters, logos and colors on cookies.
Differentiators Cookies by Design stands apart in the gifting business by creating a
product that can be truly customized for the recipient. From shape to trim
color, wording to personal photos, each cookie can be customized by
hand no additional cost.
Almost thirty years ago, in 1983, Gwen Willhite combined two popular
gifts, flowers and cookies, into one concept, the Cookie Bouquet. She
coined this phrase to introduce edible treats to the gifting business. As
the matriarch of the cookie business, today she leads the think-tank of
the companyÕs product development.
Franchise Cookies by Design was formed as a franchise opportunity with a
competitive buy-in structure as an avenue to allow cookie gifts to be
hand delivered in various communities across the country. Today, the
majority of Cookies by Design's 120 stores are individually owned and
Customers can order Cookies by Design products in person or via phone
through its 120 stores throughout the U.S. Customers can also place
orders via phone at 855.COOKIES or online at www.cookiesbydesign.com
Corporate Cookies by Design's corporate office is in Plano, Texas.
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