Lotus Bakeries

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Lotus Bakeries
Founded1932, called "Banket- en Peperkoekbakkerij Lotus"
FounderJan, Emiel and Henri Boone
Headquarters
Lembeke Edit this on Wikidata
Key people
Mathieu Boone CEO
Websitehttp://www.lotusbakeries.com/

Lotus Bakeries is a Belgian bakery founded in 1932 with its headquarters in Lembeke. Lotus is known for its Speculoos biscuits and biscuit-based products, branded as Lotus Biscoff in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Products[edit]

Lotus Speculoos cookies, also known as Lotus Biscoff cookies in the USA

History[edit]

The company Lotus was founded in Lembeke in 1932 by the brothers Jan, Emiel and Henri Boone. When the company was founded, the brothers made cookies for breakfast and also speculoos for St Nicholas' Day; they later specialised in speculoos. Karel Boone, the son of founder Jan Boone, became a director in 1966 and was the CEO of Lotus for 32 years from 1974, and then the president of the company for 20 years[clarification needed] (1966–2012). In 2012, his brother Mathieu took over.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Castle, Stephen (15 February 2011). "A Cookie Paste Squeezed in the Middle of a Debate". The New York Times. Retrieved 12 September 2016.
  2. ^ "Krispy Kreme and Biscoff join forces on new doughnut flavour". British Baker. 27 January 2015. Retrieved 2 November 2019.
  3. ^ Mathieu Boone took over Lotus

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