Step 1 : Introduction to the question “Which famous cookie is named after a suburb of Boston?“
…A Fig Newton is a soft cookie filled with fig jam. Fig Newtons were created in 1891 by Charles M. Roser, a cookie maker who later sold his recipe to the Boston–based Kennedy Biscuit Company. The company named the popular cookie after the city of Newton, Massachusetts. They had named many of their other cookies after nearby towns, and almost called it the “Fig Shrewsbury” before Newton won out. In 2012, the word “Fig” was dropped from the product name (now just “Newtons”). Fig Newtons are the 3rd most popular cookie in the United States, with over 1 billion cookies consumed each year.
Step 2 : Answer to the question “Which famous cookie is named after a suburb of Boston?“
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