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Honolulu Cookie Company Earns Two Taste Awards

July 7, 2015, 9:20 AM HST
* Updated July 7, 9:22 AM
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honolulu-cookie-logo-designBy Maui Now Staff

Honolulu Cookie Company was honored at the Hawaiʻi Food Manufacturers Association Taste Awards held last month at Dole Cannery. The company was the only organization to garner two Taste Awards–the Innovative Manufacturer of the Year in the “Large-Company” (more than 100 employees) category and the highly coveted Innovative Marketing Award for expanding its retail footprint from Hawaiʻi to the Mainland and Korea.

“We would like to thank the Hawaiʻi Food Manufactures Association as we are truly humbled by these awards,” said Randy Yeager, Honolulu Cookie Company president. “We would not be receiving this type of recognition without the hard work of our dedicated employees from our baking, fulfillment and distribution teams to our sales, retail and supporting staff. All have made contributions towards the results these awards celebrate.”

Since 2014, Honolulu Cookie Company has expanded its operations both domestically and internationally with the opening of a new store in Seoul, Korea, and now, with two stores located in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The company will continue to focus on augmenting operations as well as putting an emphasis on branding and marketing to further its business growth.


“Honolulu Cookie Company has made it a priority to expand operations as well as upgrade our marketing efforts to support our growth into the mainland and international markets,” said Yeager. “I think these Taste Awards reflect the efforts of the entire Honolulu Cookie Company team and our collective work to grow a successful brand.”


For more information about the Honolulu Cookie Company, go online.

For more information about the Hawaiʻi Food Manufacturers Association, go online.

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