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October 14, 2012
What You'll Get
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Today’s Groupon marries sweet, chocolate-studded morsels with charitable goodness and sends the happy couple off to a honeymoon in your mouth. For $24, you get a box of two dozen cookies from Feed Your Soul Cookies delivered to you, a $35 value for the cookies, plus the included $10 shipping to your U.S. doorstep.
Inside a satin-bowed recycled kraft box, you’ll find four cookies in each of the most popular flavors: white-chocolate snickerdoodle, mint-chocolate chip, chocolate-chip graham, honey oatmeal-raisin, oatmeal chocolate chunk, and chunky peanut butter. All cookies are sealed in individual bags to keep them fresh from the oven all the way to your stomach all the way to your sub-stomach all the way to your food-chamber. You won’t feel guilty gorging because these dough delights are as good as they taste: a portion of proceeds will be donated to the charity of your choice.
Feed Your Soul’s all-natural cookies nourish your mind, traditionally the fourth-hungriest body part. Tucked into each box is some food for thought in the form of a proverb, message, or final score of an upcoming sports game. Unlike the impersonal numbers printed on your fortune cookies, these little verbal mantras will give you something to really digest.
Surprise your do-gooder neighbor or your crafty cousin (she can re-use the kraft box after eating). Multi-taskers will love the fact these prolific sweets simultaneously fuel the mind, stomach, and heart.
- Next to their all-natural chocolate-brownie-chunk, honey-oatmeal-raisin, and chunky-peanut-butter versions, those bland madeleines are the cookie equivalent of nihilism. – Daily Candy
- The chocolate brownie chunk cookies at the Feed Your Soul cafe in Jersey City may benefit your inner being as they satisfy your sweet tooth: One bite and you may be happier. – Kelly Feeney, New York Times
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Shipping available within the U.S. only. May begin ordering 1/24/10. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.