EDISON — Bang Cookies, the popular organic cookie chain, is opening their fourth New Jersey location, this one at the Menlo Park Mall. They have two in Jersey City and one at the American Dream Mall in East Rutherford.

According to MyCentralJersey.com, the store is scheduled to open some time this summer and signs announcing the store are already up in the mall.

Bang Cookies was started in 2016 by George Kuan and, according to the company’s website:

Bang Cookies is a luxe, all-natural, organic cookie company that was built as a response to
run-of-the-mill, unsatisfying cookies. But don’t be fooled, our giant cookies are
just as rich and sinfully delicious as they are #Instagrammable.

Some of their cookie varieties include sea salt chocolate crunch, snickerchurro, bourbon kitchen sink, apple pie cookie, espresso chocolate chunk, chocolate-covered strawberry, bourbon walnut toffee, and cinnamon whiskey crackle.

They use organic flour, cane sugar, dark chocolate, and grass-fed butter from New Zealand.

Bang was started at a farmers’ market where the cookies would sell out and grew from there. In addition to their brick-and-mortar stores, they advertise that they ship anywhere in the US and also offer local delivery.

We’re dedicated to disrupting the cookie scene with an in-your-face attitude and attention-grabbing name that means exactly what you think it does. We will be your sugar daddy.

Another cookie chain, Crumbl Cookies, is coming to Holmdel, next to the Saladworks, next month. It’s a good time to be a cookie lover in New Jersey!

Opinions expressed in the post above are those of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Bill Doyle only.

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