An order of cookies is prepared for a customer at Crumbl in Lehi on Friday, Dec. 21, 2018. Crumbl Cookie recently filed lawsuits against two companies claiming copyright infringement. According to KSL-TV, Crumbl claimed that startup companies Dirty Dough and Crave Cookies had similar logos and packaging to Crumbl.

Laura Seitz, Deseret News

Crumbl Cookie recently filed lawsuits against two companies claiming copyright infringement. According to KSL-TV, Crumbl claimed that startup companies Dirty Dough and Crave Cookies had similar logos and packaging to Crumbl.

What’s new in the Utah cookie wars?

Bennett Maxwell, owner of Dirty Dough, responded to the lawsuit first on LinkedIn. “Why? Because apparently if you put sprinkles of your cookies, Crumbl thinks they own that. Watch out Grandma, you better throw away those sprinkles or you will be Crumbl’s next victim,” he said.

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Now Dirty Dough is responding again — this time with billboards.

Sunday on LinkedIn, Maxwell posted pictures of the company’s new billboards, which are in response to the lawsuit. One of the billboards reads, “We don’t file lawsuits, we just have better cookies! #UtahCookieWars.” In the LinkedIn post, Maxwell said his favorite of the billboards reads, “Cookies so good we’re being sued! #UtahCookieWars.”

According to ABC 4, both Dirty Dough and Crave Cookies deny the legitimacy of the lawsuits, with Maxwell saying, “The whole lawsuit …read more

Source:: Deseret News – Utah News

      

Crumbl Cookies lawsuit: Dirty Dough responds with billboards in #UtahCookieWar

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