The date printed on Lotus Bakeries Biscoff products is the “Best Before” date, which is the date we recommend you consume our products by for maximum enjoyment. However all Biscoff products are perfectly good to consume within two months past this date.
For products that you purchased at a retail store, please contact the store you purchased them from directly.
For products you purchased via our website or call center, please contact us at 1-855-415-0077.
No. Biscoff Products are not Kosher certified.
No. Biscoff products are not Gluten Free and they contain gluten. Unfortunately we do not have any gluten-free Biscoff products at this time.
Various sizes of Biscoff Cookies are served on flights by several different airlines. The most popular size is the XL Size Biscoff two pack (.9 oz) cookies served on Delta Airlines. Even though packaging on these cookies look different from the Biscoff Cookies you might have bought at a store or through our catalog and/or website, they are made with the exact same recipe. All Biscoff Cookies, including the ones served on flights, are made in Lotus Bakeries Lembeke plant using the original recipe created in 1932.
Biscoff is the name given to Lotus Bakeries Speculoos Cookies in North America. It is derived from the words BIScuits & COFFee.
Lotus Bakeries is the name of our Belgian Bakery that produces Biscoff Cookies and other specialty European baked goods. You can learn more about Lotus Bakeries in the Discover section of this site or by visiting www.lotusbakeries.com
Biscoff Cookies and/or Biscoff Spread are available nationwide at Kroger, Walmart, Safeway, Cost Plus World Market, CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid and many other grocery, drug and club stores. Visit our store locator to find a store near you. You can also purchase Biscoff products, Anna’s Thins and other Lotus Bakeries baked goods on our online store.
Biscoff Spread is a new spreadable, sweet treat made from Biscoff Cookies. Biscoff Spread tastes just like Biscoff Cookies because more than half of the jar is made up of crushed Biscoff Cookies. Biscoff Spread has the consistency of peanut butter and can be enjoyed on toast, with apples, as a secret ingredient in recipes or straight out of the jar!
Speculoos is the generic name of the traditional crispy, spice cookies from Belgium. Biscoff Cookies are Speculoos cookies.
Biscoff Cookies and Biscoff Spread are both produced in Lotus Bakeries Lembeke plant in Belgium.
Yes, independent of its size and packaging, all Biscoff Cookies taste exactly the same and are produced in Lotus Bakeries Lembeke plant using the original recipe created in 1932. There is only one original Biscoff speculoos cookie with the same recipe since 1932 and it is produced by Lotus Bakeries.
Biscoff Cookies and Biscoff Spread both contain wheat and soy.
Visit our nutrition page for more information.
Original Biscoff Cookies and Biscoff Spread are both vegan and do not contain any animal products. Biscoff with Chocolate is not vegan and contains milk.
No, Lotus Bakeries does not use any genetically modified ingredients in any of its products including Biscoff Cookies and Biscoff Spread.
Both Biscoff Cookies and Biscoff Spread do not contain any nuts and are 100% nut free. They are both produced in a facility that never uses shared equipment for other products containing nuts.
As of May 1st, 2014, all palm oil purchased directly by Lotus Bakeries for its own margarine factory will be 100% RSPO certified; the highest sustainability level of the RSPO certificates. Towards the end of 2014, all other sustainable palm oil (present in the few margarines and products bought externally) will be at least of mass balance level and during the year 2015 this oil should also become 100% RSPO certified.