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"Yes Yes" cookies were made in Clifton, N.J.
The name of the company was Federal Sweets and Biscuit Co., on Clifton Boulevard, Clifton, N.J.  Federal Sweets closed its doors many, many years ago and sold most of its recipes to a company in Massachusetts. The Yes Yes cookies were one of many cookies that were made at Federal Sweets. Others included Vita Sticks, Hawaiian Lei, Pecan Pies, Dutch Boy and Girl, Peanut Butter Patties, Chocolate Mints, Sugar Cookies, Coconut Macaroons, Jelly Jumbles and more.

Aren't one of the current Girl Scout cookies similar to Yes Yes.  Didn't Yes Yes have coconut and chocolate?

Mike  jake8745@yahoo.com

 dont member but they were choclate, caramel, and coconut  OMG they were awesome and it was in the 60s

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