More Midwest Airlines Cookie Dough on the Way!

Sendik’s Food Markets Sell Out of Midwest Airlines Genuine Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough on First Day of Sales

MILWAUKEE, Nov. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Midwest Airlines Genuine Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough flew off the shelves of Sendik’s Food Markets on Wednesday, the first day it was made available to the public. Based on the same recipe as the fresh, baked-onboard cookies Midwest serves inflight, the frozen cookie dough made its debut at the opening of a new Sendiks Food Market in Franklin. The cookie dough is available exclusively at Milwaukee-area, Balistreri-owned and -operated Sendik’s Food Markets and can also be found at its stores in Elm Grove, Grafton, Mequon, Wauwatosa and Whitefish Bay.

Best Maid Cookies of River Falls, Wis., the family-owned purveyor of Midwest Airlines chocolate chip cookies, is currently rush producing a second shipment of cookie dough, which it expects will be at all six Sendik’s Food Markets by Saturday morning.

“After watching how fast the cookie dough sold yesterday, it’s clear the love this community has for Midwest Airlines and its cookies,” said Mike Frederick, director of Retail Operations for Sendik’s Food Markets. “The reception both the cookies and our new store received on their first day in Franklin was incredible.”

More information about Midwest Airlines and the airline’s popular baked-onboard chocolate chip cookies can be found at More information about Sendik’s Food Markets can be found at

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