DENVER -- A fledgling cookie producer will test the demand for its own Americanized version of biscotti when it brings the line of cookies to three King Soopers markets. ers marks the first conventional supermarket company to carry the cookies, said Wally Friedlander, who founded the company with his wife, Sharon, not quite two years ago. The four-packs retail for $4, and single-wraps retail for $1.25 to $1.50, Friedlander said. Popular among coffee drinkers who like to dunk them in their ...

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