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Pride Cookies

In a delicious collaboration with Qantas and Rainbow Families, Byron Bay Cookie Company is bringing back its popular PRIDE Cookie in 2023, to coincide with World Pride in Sydney.

Baked to perfection in Byron Bay, the Pride Cookie is a colourful heart-shaped blend of milk choc chunks topped with rainbow choc drops.

Just in time for Mardi Gras celebrations, the Byron Bay PRIDE Cookie will be available on board selected Qantas domestic flights leading up to the Mardi Gras parade, allowing the flocks of Mardi Gras incomers and sky high travellers to be part of Australia’s largest rainbow celebration.

10c per PRIDE Cookie sold will be donated to Rainbow Families to support LGBTQ+ parents and their children. Ashely Scott, Executive Officer for Rainbow Families explains,

We are delighted to be part of this delicious initiative. Sydney World Pride is a time of celebration for our families - a time to come together and be with our vibrant and diverse community. Although there is much to celebrate, there is still so much work to be done before all families are treated equally. Thanks to this generous donation we will be able to support even more LGBTQ+ parents and their families across Australia.

Emilie Emond, Marketing Manager for the Byron Bay Cookie Company says,

It was important to us to work with a charity that makes a real difference in the LGBTQ+ community. We are thrilled to be partnering with Rainbow Families with this colourful partnership.

The Byron Bay PRIDE Cookie will be available online at www.cookie.com.au from 1 February 2023 and will be served on board Qantas domestic flights from 15 February.

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