On the go with Cookie Time, new minis to grab and go

Introducing new Grab & Go Cookie Time – a convenience serve of mini-size cookies for all on-the-go occasions. Go Cookie Time packs offer smaller size treats for tucking into handbags, briefcases, backpacks and the car glovebox. Perfect on the run to after school activities, for travelling and as handy game day, concert and festival treats.

Made with real chocolate and real ingredients, with no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. In vibrant 50g packs, with approximately seven mini cookies per pack. Three flavours – Original Chocolate, Salted Caramel Chocolate and Peanut Butter Chocolate. Available now from supermarkets, dairies and service stations.

A new product and format for a new occasion, Go Cookie Time is on trend for smaller size portions and the ongoing rise in snacking, convenience and food to go options. Proudly New Zealand make – baked and packed in Christchurch.

Cookie Time has been baking New Zealand’s favourite cookies since 1983 and is the number one seller and fastest growing brand in the New Zealand cookies category*.


• Grab and go mini-size cookies in convenient small packs
• Three flavours - Original Chocolate, Salted Caramel Chocolate and Peanut Butter Chocolate
• Real chocolate, real ingredients
• No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
• Approximately 7 cookies per 50g pack
• RRP $2.40

*AC Nielsen: Cookies Category Overview. Quarter to June 2017

The Cookie Time Story

Cookie Time is a family owned, Christchurch based business, founded in 1983 by 21-year-old Christchurch entrepreneur Michael Mayell. On the first day of business, 7 February 1983, some 70 jars of Original Chocolate Chunk Cookies were delivered to 70 Christchurch stores. Later in 1983, 19-year-old brother Guy Pope-Mayell joined the business and Cookie Time remains owned by the brothers.

In the early days, Cookie Time cookies were produced with classic Kiwi ingenuity. Chocolate was cut up on a repurposed bacon slicer, cookie dough was measured out with ice cream scoops, and paint scrapers were used to get the baked cookies off the trays. A team of egg crackers was employed to crack thousands of fresh eggs a day for cookie making. Technology may have changed but Cookie Time remains committed to producing delicious, quality product with real ingredients, such as butter, eggs and real chocolate (no compound nasties), like you would have in your pantry at home.

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