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Corso’s Cookies works with Cornell on a faster-drying frosting

GEDDES — Corso’s Cookies is collaborating with the Cornell University Department of Food Science to develop a fast-drying frosting to use in its cookie-decorating process. Corso’s is a Geddes–based manufacturer of custom-decorated cookies and cookie bouquets. The firm was one of four projects awarded funding through the Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR) JumpStart program. […]

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GEDDES — Corso’s Cookies is collaborating with the Cornell University Department of Food Science to develop a fast-drying frosting to use in its cookie-decorating process. Corso’s is a Geddes–based manufacturer of custom-decorated cookies and cookie bouquets. The firm was one of four projects awarded funding through the Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR) JumpStart program. […]

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