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Retail cookie maker Archway is ending its United States operations after two subsidiaries filed for bankruptcy Tuesday. Archway cited rising fuel and ingredient costs as reasons for the shutdown. The company's mom-and-pop origins date to 1936. (In a rare bit of editorializing, this writer would like to note that Archway's large chocolate cookies were one of the best dip-in-milk cookies he's tasted.)

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