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Looking for (out of production?) commercial chocolate chip cookies that came in red bag in 1980s and early 1990s

Neekstah | Jul 21, 200704:27 PM     9

Most supermarkets used to sell these "red bag" chocolate chip cookies in the 1980s. I am not talking about the "Soft Batch" red bag cookies commonly seen today - I am talking about the much better tasting, sweeter, melt in your mouth cookies that were a little smaller than Chips Ahoy. Granulated sugar was visible on them and when refrigerated the dough became condensed (but still gooey) and the chocolate chips were cold and crunchy. They were perfect - the best commercial cookies I have ever had. I haven't been able to find them since early (maybe mid) 90s, so maybe they are out of production. Anyone know what I'm talking about? What were they called?

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