Ben's Cookies

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The original Ben's Cookies in Oxford's covered market
A chocolate chip and nut cookie from Ben's Cookies

Ben’s Cookies is a chain of shops in England and elsewhere that bakes and sells chewy biscuits. It was founded in 1983 by Helge Rubinstein and co-founded by Karen Brooke Barnett. The company's logo was created by the British artist Quentin Blake[citation needed].

The original store was located in Oxford’s Covered Market. Their cookies can usually be purchased warm as they are baked on site in the shops; they are sold by weight.

Ben's Cookies currently has numerous stores in the UK, including Bath, Brighton, Bristol, Edinburgh, London, and Reading. It has also opened stores overseas in New York City, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Kuwait, Singapore and Bangkok.

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Coordinates: 51°45′10″N 1°15′24″W / 51.75277°N 1.256737°W / 51.75277; -1.256737