MARYSVILLE, Wash. -- Allen Creek Thriftway here is looking to cookies to take its bakery sales to new heights this holiday season. Already in September, cookies shaped like pumpkins and Halloween cats captivated customers' attention and sent bakery sales soaring. When the displays went up Sept. 25, they marked a first for this Thriftway and its sister store in Kingston, Wash. "We didn't have seasonal cookies before, so these are all added sales.The cost of creating such cookies [Halloween ...
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