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Order by May 5 for Nationwide Delivery of Hand-made, Lovingly Packaged Cookies by Mother's Day

HONOLULU, HI--(Marketwired - April 21, 2014) - This Mother's Day, put Spring in Mom's step and a bloom in her cheek with Honolulu Cookie Company's new Spring Collection of Flower-shape gourmet shortbread cookies. With natural Island flavors in very buttery, crunchy bite, the cookies are baked daily in Honolulu and hand placed in gift packaging of sunny citron and coral hues. The colorful gifts are sure to delight all the senses and warm Mom's heart.

And it's so easy: Visit our retail locations on Oahu and Maui or shop online-be sure to order by May 5 at honolulucookie.com or (866) 333-5800 to ensure delivery anywhere in the U.S. in time for May 11, Mother's Day. The Spring Collection quantities are limited, so shop early for the perfect gift, priced from $4.95.

If you're in Hawaii, come bask in the warm aloha and sample the 16 different flavors at Honolulu Cookie Company's Oahu and Maui stores. Take in the Spring Collection and décor inspired by employee photos of "Mom and me" and the supporting motto: "We love Mom…and flower cookies, too!"

Honolulu Cookie Company's trademark pineapple-shape cookies, renowned for being made fresh in Hawaii each day, are being baked in the shape of Hawaiian plumeria just for Spring. In tropical island flavors, including lilikoi, mango, pineapple, coconut , macadamia nut and Kona coffee, these shortbread cookies will indulge Mom with the tasteful luxury she adores. "Moms know quality. She will appreciate the premium ingredients combined with the lavish packaging," said Ginger Waters, VP Marketing.

The Spring Collection and retail prices include the following:

  • Spring Pineapple Ornament  ($4.95)
  • Spring Pop Up Gift Box  ($5.95)
  • Spring Gift Bag  ($7.95) 
  • Spring Shimmer Heart Gift Box  ($16.95)
  • Spring Shimmer Gift Box  ($21.95)
  • Spring Ultimate Cube  ($29.95) 
  • Spring Gift Basket  ($39.95) online only

For more details, please visit the retail stores or www.honolulucookie.com, or call toll-free at (866) 333-5800.

Visit us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/honolulucookie) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/honolulucookie): @honolulucookie.

About the Honolulu Cookie Company

Since 1998, Honolulu Cookie Company's premium shortbread cookies have been made from the original recipe using Hawaii's freshest and finest ingredients. Baking begins every morning at 5 a.m. in Honolulu and each cookie is individually wrapped.

On Oahu, Honolulu Cookie Company has 7 retail stores in Waikiki, 1 at Ward Warehouse and a kiosk in the Makai Food Court at Ala Moana Center. On Maui, Honolulu Cookie Company has a store in the Shops at Whalers Village and 1 on Front Street, Lahaina; a third Maui store will open in the Shops at Wailea this spring . Honolulu Cookie Company's first mainland retail store will open in The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian|The Palazzo, Las Vegas, in May 2014. The first international location will open later this year in Seoul, Korea.

In addition, Honolulu Cookie Company cookies are available at retail partners: Neiman Marcus, Tommy Bahama, and DFS stores; go to www.honolulucookie.com/store-locations for details.

Plus, folks are always welcome to drop by Honolulu Cookie Company's Honolulu bakery and adjoining retail shop to get cookies fresh from the oven.

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Contacts:
Mindy Pennybacker
(917) 667-3146
[email protected]

Maria Kanai
(808) 457-2525
[email protected]

Ginger Waters
(808) 695-2552
[email protected]

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