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The First Lotus Biscoff Manufacturing Facility in the U.S.
September 29, 2016
In February 2016, Lotus Bakeries announced that the sales of Lotus Biscoff, a uniquely flavored caramelized cookie, were growing quickly in the United States. To support this growth, Lotus Bakeries decided to build another production hall in Belgium and moreover invest in an entirely new Lotus Biscoff manufacturing facility in the United States.
Millenium Magazine Features Biscoff Ice Cream Recipe
June 23, 2016
Millenium Magazine featured an easy-to-make Speculoos Ice Cream recipe that uses our very own Biscoff Cookie Butter and Biscoff Cookies.
American Airlines Elevates Customer Service
February 1, 2016
On February 1, 2016 American Airlines announced that customers traveling on flights departing prior to 9:45 a.m. will receive Biscoff® cookies. On flights departing after 9:45 a.m., customers will have a choice between Biscoff® cookies or pretzels, rotated on a seasonal basis.
Biscoff is rated as #1 Free airline snack by The Huffington Post
October 16, 2015
The Huffington Post Travel section published a list of best free airline snacks titled “A Definitive Ranking of the Best Free Airline Snacks” and they ranked our beloved Biscoff as #1! Here is how The Huffington Post describes everyone’s favorite airline snack.
1.) Biscoff cookies -- The popularity of this delicious little cookie spread like wildfire in the U.S. after airlines began serving it. Until then, it was a treat reserved for Europeans, best enjoyed dunked in coffee. It's like a gingerbread/shortbread fusion, not too indulgent and just sweet enough. Delta serves a version that has its logo embossed on the cookie, and it should go splendidly with the Starbucks it now serves on all flights. And we can all thank our lucky stars that plenty of retailers in the U.S. now carry Biscoff, so we can get that airplane delight without traveling.
Wall Street Journal features Biscoff Spread
October 6, 2015
The Wall Street Journal Life section featured Biscoff Cookie Butter in an article tittled "Alternatives to Peanut Butter Are Taking Over Lunch" .