Crumbl cookie outlets open in Oceanside, San Marcos


Crumbl cookie stores recently opened outlets in Oceanside and San Marcos. Pictured are Crumbl’s signature milk chocolate chip cookies. (Courtesy photo)

News Release

NewMark Merrill Companies recently announced that Crumbl, the fastest growing cookie company in the U.S., is now open at four of the 30 shopping centers it owns or manages from its San Diego County office, including Mission Marketplace in Oceanside and Nordahl Marketplace in San Marcos.

The the other two shopping centers are Cal Oaks Plaza in Murrieta and Terra Nova Plaza in Chula Vista.

Crumbl Cookies,  a gourmet cookie company founded in 2017 by Sawyer Hemsley and Jason McGowan in Logan, Utah, has since expanded to over 200 locations across the United States.  The company’s award-winning milk chocolate chip cookie is always on the menu with a rotating menu of more than 120 delicious cookie flavors that change frequently. Crumbl customers can watch as the high-quality ingredients are prepared and baked into the large, delicious cookies they will enjoy.

“We’re getting rave reviews on social media about how much people are enjoying Crumbl cookies at our shopping centers,” said John Hickman, NewMark Merrill San Diego Region Managing Director. “Crumbl is a wonderful addition to the great stores, restaurants entertainment and service merchants we have at these centers.”

Visit for more company information and links to Crumbl locations at NewMark Merrill shopping centers in San Diego County.

NewMark Merrill Companies Inc. owns or manages a portfolio of over 85 shopping centers, including Cal Oaks Plaza, Mission Marketplace, Nordahl Marketplace and  Terra Nova Plaza, valued at more than $2 billion. Since 1987, President and Chief Executive Officer Sandy Sigal has led the company of shopping centers representing over 1,800 tenants and 10 million square feet in California, Colorado and Illinois. For more information, visit

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