LIVERMORE, Calif. -- Supermarkets around the country are hoping to appeal to shoppers' sweet tooth and their patriotism with limited-time cookie promotions around the Memorial Day and the Fourth of July holidays. ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) cookies date back to World War I, when women in Australia and New Zealand baked oatmeal cookies and sent them to soldiers. Today, their sales generate funds for veterans in those countries. Their Australian manufacturer, Unibic, is ...
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