SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco 49ers and the San Francisco Chronicle are announcing the return of a popular cookie that dates back to the 1950s.
The cookie, called the salted Chocolate Chip Cookie, was created by the company called Salted Chocolate, which is based in the Los Angeles area.
The cookie is made with cocoa butter, which was used to make the chocolate chips, said San Francisco spokesman Rick Gipson.
Salted Chocolate has been selling cookies in California for more than 50 years.
In its original incarnation, it was sold in stores nationwide.
It has been sold in California since 1983.
Gipson said the cookie was a popular snack for kids during the 1950’s.
The recipe is based on a recipe for a cookie made by Salted Cookie.
It was made by using a recipe of cream cheese and chocolate chips that had been made by a salted butter and cocoa butter company.
It was originally sold in small batches and sold for $1.49 a pack.
The company now has its own stores in California.
Salty Chocolate sells cookies, chocolate chips and other products in the U.S. and overseas.
Its online store, saltedchocolate.com, is selling cookies, which are packaged in plastic and have no nutritional information.