Broomfield-based Mrs. Fields teams with Chocolate Inn | Lanco for B-to-B distribution

BROOMFIELD — Mrs. Fields, the Broomfield-based cookie company, has partnered with Hicksville, New York-based Chocolate Inn | Lanco to broaden […]
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BOULDER — Sara’s Cosmic Cookie Dough, trade name for Boulder company 432 LLC, has created a cookie dough that’s safe to eat raw or baked. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has warned against eating raw cookie dough because of the danger of consuming raw eggs that can carry the salmonella bacteria. Also, uncooked flour can carry E. coli. Sara’s dough isn’t made with raw eggs or raw flour. The plant-based cookie dough is made with pasteurized almond flour and vegan ingredients. Sara’s Comic Cookie Dough offers three flavors: chocolate chip, oatmeal chocolate chip and double chocolate chip. All flavors are gluten-free, vegan and paleo friendly. The dough is made with four plant-based superfoods that suppress appetite, increase energy, improve heart and immune health and provide rich antioxidants, the company said in its written statement. “We want to make it easier for health-conscious consumers to enjoy raw cookie dough and cookies guilt-free. We are committed to providing hazard-free, clean, plant-based cookie dough that satisfies any sweet craving,” Sara Sims, founder and president, said in a press release.

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Chocolate Inn | Lanco has entered into an agreement to expand Broomfield-based Mrs. Fields cookies into the B-to-B space. Courtesy…

[Link] Boulder Residence Inn sells for $21.5M

BOULDER — The Boulder Residence Inn by Marriott at 3030 Circle Green Drive was sold last month for $21.5 million, Boulder County public records show. The seller of the 128-room, 33-year-old hotel is listed as BRE Newton Hotels Property Owner LP, a New York-based company that does business as LXR Luxury Resorts. APEX Boulder LP is the buyer. That company is registered to a Utah address associated with commercial real estate developer PEG Development. PEG’s portfolio includes Hilton, Hyatt and other Marriott properties in Utah and Arizona. There are open building permits on file for the Residence Inn by Marriott in Boulder. Permitted work involves “limited interior remodel of hotel rooms” including “conversion of bathtubs to shower stalls, replacement of patio doors with windows, and upgrade of finishes,” Boulder city documents show.

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