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I was in Westerly Market in New York today and they had a new brand of gluten free cookies and they were great!!!!!!!!!I usually hate gluten free goods but these were really tasty. The brand is Kates Baked Goods.

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I was in Westerly Market in New York today and they had a new brand of gluten free cookies and they were great!!!!!!!!!I usually hate gluten free goods but these were really tasty. The brand is Kates Baked Goods.

Yay, im so glad they are good- i stopped by westerly yesterday to look for them after that email i got from them but i didnt see them :( guess they werent out in the store yet. cant wait to try them!!! (totally obsessed w/ westerly now btw...just wish it were bigger!!) prices are the best ive seen for everything- except their vitamins and stuff- but everything is at least $1 less than whole foods!

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Yay, im so glad they are good- i stopped by westerly yesterday to look for them after that email i got from them but i didnt see them :( guess they werent out in the store yet. cant wait to try them!!! (totally obsessed w/ westerly now btw...just wish it were bigger!!) prices are the best ive seen for everything- except their vitamins and stuff- but everything is at least $1 less than whole foods!

Westerly is the best. I guess there a new brand they were inn the cookie aisle by the other gluten free goodies. They said they were getting more in today- I am going back they are the first gluten free cookies that I actually liked. Plus the kates brand makes a gluten free granola - I have never sees a gluten free granola before- I am totally going to try it. I'll let you know how it is.

Kate

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Kate, I haven't seen the brand, but there are two cookie brands I enjoy(ed) - Enjoy Life is one (free of all sorts of allergens too) and Pamela's is the other (I can't eat these now though since I can't tolerate eggs or casein). If you get a chance, check these out too....always nice to have a back up, in case they run out of your favs!

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Westerly is the best. I guess there a new brand they were inn the cookie aisle by the other gluten free goodies. They said they were getting more in today- I am going back they are the first gluten free cookies that I actually liked. Plus the kates brand makes a gluten free granola - I have never sees a gluten free granola before- I am totally going to try it. I'll let you know how it is.

Kate

I got cut off sorry- I was gonna say I never saw kate's anywhere before. westerly is kind of small though I do feel like I am waiting in line when I am trying to navigate the aisles!!!!!

Miamia

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I stopped by AGAIN today and couldnt find them in the cookie aisle! :( i was in a rush so didnt have time to ask, but i must try these cookies!!!!!!! :unsure:

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I stopped by AGAIN today and couldnt find them in the cookie aisle! :( i was in a rush so didnt have time to ask, but i must try these cookies!!!!!!! :unsure:

thats crazy that you coulden't find them I was by yesturday and bought another bag and a bag of the granola- which I was hesitant about becuase it seemed a little pricey- but it was so good . I can't have pamelas either- ( no egg, nodairy- for me!!!) I remember enjoy life having somehting in it i had to avoid but maybe I'll check it out again. Well I hope you find these cookies eventually becasue there really good.

Miamia

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I stopped by AGAIN today and couldnt find them in the cookie aisle! :( i was in a rush so didnt have time to ask, but i must try these cookies!!!!!!! :unsure:

Westerly is on 54th and 8th it is the best health food store. Good prices and big selection. The brand I was talking about is Kate's Baked Goods- the guy said it was new and its great for me because their products are also dairy and egg free.

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I live in NYC and never heard of Westerly. Where is it located?

were you able to find the store? you should check it out they have such a good selection.

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