Archway Cookies

Who Owns Archway Cookies, LLC Remnant Assets?

Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the Archway Cookies, LLC Bankruptcy Estate in July 2016.
On October 6, 2008, Archway Cookies, LLC filed a voluntary chapter 11 petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, assigned Case No. 08-12323. Thereafter, the case was converted to chapter 7, and a trustee was appointed to liquidate the remaining assets of the estate. Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the Archway Cookies, LLC Bankruptcy Estate in July 2016.

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Contact Information Regarding Payments to Archway Cookies, LLC

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Contact Info: Archway Cookies, LLC

Payment Address:
Oak Point Partners
P.O. Box 1033
Northbrook, IL 60065-1033
Phone Number: 847-577-1374 (Janice Alwin)
Email Address: remnants@oakpointpartners.com

For questions or additional information please contact Janice Alwin at 847-577-1374.

Please note that Oak Point did not acquire books and records. We are unable to assist with claim, warranty or product inquiries.

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About Archway Cookies, LLC

Founded in 1936 in Battle Creek, Michigan, Archway Cookies was a maker and distributor of branded and private label cookies, such as Salerno and Mother’s cookies. Archway Cookies struggled with the rise of raw ingredient cost. The company’s biggest draw is the variations of its original oatmeal cookie, accounting for 40% of sales. In addition to its oatmeal cookies, the company had a line of 60 varieties. Customers over the age of 50 were the primary market for the company. In the late 1980s, the company became more health-conscious and removed saturated fats from its products. Archway was sold to Specialty Foods in 1998, making them the third largest cookie baker in the US. At its peak, Archway employed 180 people.

Archway Cookies also operated as Mother’s Cake & Cookie Co, Mother’s Cookies, and Archway.

The former headquarters of Archway Cookies was located in Battle Creek, MI.

About Oak Point Partners
Oak Point Partners is a private investment firm specializing in the purchase of bankruptcy Remnant Assets. Oak Point Partners has completed purchases of the remaining known and unknown assets in hundreds of Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. Click here for a listing of Oak Point owned estates.

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