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Publix resumes free cookies for kids after pandemic pause

The store also recently announced it would no longer require vaccinated employees and customers to wear masks.
Shoppers leave the Publix store at Hollieanna Shopping Center in Winter Park, Monday, March 1, 2021. The grocery chain announced it would once again give free cookies to kids, having paused the program during the pandemic.
Shoppers leave the Publix store at Hollieanna Shopping Center in Winter Park, Monday, March 1, 2021. The grocery chain announced it would once again give free cookies to kids, having paused the program during the pandemic.
Published May 15
Updated May 15

Is your kid craving a sweet during your grocery trip?

If, so, they’re in luck. Publix is once again giving free cookies to kids, having paused the program since March 2020 due to the pandemic, spokesperson Maria Brous said in an email.

The store also recently announced it would no longer require masks for vaccinated customers and employees, after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said vaccinated people no longer needed to wear them in most places.