The cookie department store has had a history of making some of the world’s most iconic cookies, such as the famous Hershey’s chocolate chip cookie, for the last few decades.
But recently, it has been busy offering a range of its own in a bid to win back customers who are frustrated with its lacklustre offerings.
In recent years, the chain has been focusing on new products, such a new ‘gourmet’ line of cookies, and its own range of vegan and gluten-free products.
Last year, it launched a ‘cookie shop’, a new concept aimed at catering for the younger generation, and it is now offering a ‘café’ with a range available for those over the age of 10.
The ‘Café’, which is located in the same building as the store, is a café where customers can have a look around the shop and have a cookie, as well as ordering a range from the cookie department.
However, in its new range, it is offering a mix of vegan, gluten- and nut-free cookies as well.
Its new ‘Cookie Cafe’ is located at The Sainte Anne in Bordeaux, France.
It is available for breakfast, lunch and dinner from 9am to 5pm on weekdays.
It also offers the ‘Candy Cafe’ for a limited time, for a fee of €10.95.
The brand said that it is looking for ‘young people who love the concept of cookie-based desserts’.
“We want to bring back the taste and texture of the old, delicious sweets and create something new with the new taste of cookies,” said Sophie Boudreau, director of product development for the brand.
“Our Cookie Cafe is based on the iconic look and feel of the famous cookies from the brand’s past, but we want to create a fresh and modern cafe experience for the new generation,” she added.
The cafe is located on the floor of the bakery building, behind a glass wall and a door that is opened when the doors are closed.
The cookie department stores are a major source of revenue for the company, but the new ‘cookie cafe’ will have a new look as well, and will feature a range, including a ‘giant’ chocolate chip, a ‘pancake’ cookie and more.
It will be open from 9.00am to 4.00pm, with customers invited to pay €10 (£7.70) for a taste of the new cookie.
A spokesperson for the chain said that they were looking to “bring back the old taste of a cookie with a fresh twist”.