Food and gift producer Honolulu Cookie Company has unveiled new packaging for its premium shortbread cookies, in time for holiday season.
Honolulu is providing seasonal flavors of peppermint, ginger spice and pumpkin in baked pineapple-shaped, premium shortbread cookies, as part of its 2018 Holiday Collection.
The firm is offering different cookies ranging from Mele Mini Santa Bag or Mele Pineapple Ornament to large and shareable Mele Gift Tower and Mele Gift Basket.
Honolulu has introduced Mele Two-Tier Showcase Box, which is an advanced display piece and cookie-bearing centerpiece for any holiday party. The company is offering the box with 32 cookies in 16 flavors.
Mele Keepsake Box, which is a collectable pineapple quilt-design ornament, includes seasonal specialties with 16 cookies in eight flavors.
Honolulu Cookie Company’s Mele Pineapple Tin includes nine cookies with five flavors, while Mele Pineapple Shape Box includes 21 cookies with 16 flavors.
Since 1998, Honolulu has been providing premium shortbread cookies for the consumers in Hawai’i.
According to the company, the cookies inspired by Hawai’i are handcrafted using the freshest and quality ingredients, and are individually wrapped and available for shipping.
Honolulu Cookie Company retail vice president Julie Plant said: “Creating a holiday tradition of warm memories, we turn our attention to the finer details. A stitch in a quilting pattern, a cookie dipped in fine chocolate, a perfectly tied ribbon.
“We hope you enjoy the 2018 Holiday Collection, the latest gift in our handcrafted legacy of Aloha.”
The company has 17 locations across Hawai’i, Las Vegas and Guam. Its cookies are also available at select retailers, including DFS Group, Aulani a Disney Resort & Spa, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Bloomingdale’s; Neiman Marcus and Tommy Bahama.
A cookie is a baked or cooked food, which is small, flat and sweet. It commonly contains flour, sugar and some type of oil or fat, and may comprise other ingredients such as raisins, oats, chocolate chips and nuts. Cookies are generally served beverages such as milk, coffee or tea.