Cookies From Home, famous for their delicious homemade baked cookies and customizable gifts, is offering businesses across the state the opportunity to serve their clients and employees fresh-baked cookies and brownies throughout the day at their own offices. The cookie and brownie dough comes pre-portioned, and ready-to-bake with consistent quality and taste every time.
“We see this as an opportunity to advance our already successful corporate sales program,” says Corey Meiteen, owner of Cookies From Home. “The opportunity this presents is immense.”
Business customers will receive a free loan of a compact oven with the minimum purchase of four cases per month, shipped on a bi-weekly basis to bake fresh on site for customers and employees. Cookie dough flavors offered include Chewy Chunk, Oatmeal Raisin, Triple Treat, Fudge Wheels, and Sugar Mama. Customers can also order gluten free varieties in Chewy Chip and Fudge Wheels. Frozen brownie dough is available in Fudge and Walnut Fudge varieties. New varieties are planned to be added on an ongoing basis.
“Offering your customers fresh baked cookies is one way to increase customer and employee loyalty,” says Meiteeen. “This is a great opportunity for car dealerships, financial institutions, retail stores, and much more!”
Cookies From Home, locally based in Tempe, is celebrating 31 years in business with a day dedicated to charity and cookie decorating with Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell. Mayor Mitchell will arrive at Cookies From Home on November 2 at 10:30 a.m. to decorate cookies in honor of their long-standing success in the Valley.
Cookies From Home is located at 1605 W. University Dr., Unit 106, Tempe 85281 (On University, Just west of Priest).
Cookies From Home will also be donating a portion of the proceeds from all in-store and online orders on November 2 to benefit the Tempe Community Action Agency. The organization assists children, seniors, homeless individuals and working-poor families in Tempe with emergency programs such as rent/utility assistance, food and gas vouchers and more.
The Tempe bakery has long been a staple in the community. Owner Corey Meiteen is set to launch a new brand and overhaul to the logo, packaging and image. The packaging will be replaced with modern tins and boxes encompassing the Cookies From Home brand and a rich color palette. In looking towards the future, Meiteen envisions taking the company to the next level.
Cookies From Home has also introduced a new line of brownies and sugar-free cookies to their offerings, including a dozen brownie flavors and six flavors of sugar-free cookies.