Snacks & Candy

JTM Expands Sweet Snack Portfolio With Cookies-n-Milk Acquisition

Brand produces cookie dough, cookies, brownies, doughnuts, more
JTM Foods and Cookies-n-Milk
Photograph courtesy of Cookies-n-Milk, Image / JTM Foods

JTM Foods LLC, an Erie, Pennsylvania-based handheld snack pie brand, revealed that it is acquiring Cookies-n-Milk, a producer of sweet snacks based in McKinney, Texas.

JTM Foods, which makes sweets such as fruit- and cream-filled snack pies, mini pies and crispy rice treats, aims to expand its offerings across sweet baked goods categories, according to Monty Pooley, president and CEO of JTM Foods.

“Cookies-n-Milk is an excellent fit with the JTM portfolio, further enhancing JTM’s position as ‘the best choice’ in sweet goods for our consumers, retail partners, employees and investors,” said Pooley.

Cookies-n-Milk manufactures edible cookie dough bites along with a range of bake and sell cookie dough, fresh baked cookies, brownies, blondies and doughnut holes.

“Cookies-n-Milk is honored to become a part of the JTM Foods family with its values based operating environment and culture that provides a foundation of sustainable and reliable ‘best in class’ product excellence,” said Mike Blasko, founder and president of Cookies-n-Milk.

JTM Foods is based in Erie, Pennsylvania, and produces single serve and mini pies, as well as crispy rice treats that are sold through a variety of retail channels including grocery, mass merchandise, convenience, dollar and club.

Cookies-N-Milk, McKinney, Texas, producer of edible Cookie Dough bites, is an industrial baked and frozen dessert manufacturer producing ready-to-eat edible cookie dough, bake-and-sell cookie dough, cookies, brownies, blondies and doughnuts. Founded by Mike and Cindy Blasko, Cookies-n-Milk has been family owned and operated since 1993.

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