New York Cult Favorite Levain Bakery Is Coming to Grocery Stores

The bake shop's famous cookies will be available in the frozen foods aisle

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Levain Bakery, a New York City staple known for its wrap-around-the-block lines and incredibly loyal customers, will begin selling its famous cookies in select grocery stores this fall.

The brand says it will maintain the quality of its four flavors—chocolate chip walnut, two-chip chocolate chip, dark chocolate peanut butter chip and oatmeal raisin—by selling the products precooked in the frozen aisle.

The bakery was founded in 1995 as a bread shop and has since grown to seven locations in the city.



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