Well, that’s the point.
The Toll House company, which was once owned by George Washington, has been in bankruptcy for the past three decades.
In the 1980s, the company was one of the largest providers of cookies in the country, and it was profitable.
Today, the cookies are made by a subsidiary, which also makes doughnuts, cookies, muffins, pies, and other products.
The company also has a large chocolate factory, which employs around 200 people.
The current bankruptcy filing lists $20.5 million in debts and $3.3 million in assets.
But what does this mean for us?
The company is still open and operating.
And if you’re really desperate, there are also Tollhouse brand cookies, which are just as good as Tollhouse’s cookies.
The company’s parent company, Toll House Corporation, was founded in 1871.
Its primary purpose was to sell and distribute sugar, which they made from the cane used to make flour.
The sugar would be stored in a vat of water.
In 1891, they started manufacturing cookies and other baked goods.
By the 1890s, however, they were struggling.
In 1895, they had a manufacturing problem and sold out.
In 1902, they began producing their own baked goods, and by 1904, they owned a factory and the company had over 500 employees.
It was in 1907, however