Like me, you may have thought that Biscoff cookies were only served on airplanes. After all, according to Lotus Bakeries, the company that makes the cookies, more than 1.5 billion of them were served on airplanes by 2010.
But it turns out you can buy those cookies on the ground. Lotus Bakery will mail them to you (there’s even something called Biscoff spread) and, to my surprise, you can also buy the cookies at some airports. I saw this display at a newsstand in the baggage claim of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
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