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Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory in San Francisco makes 10,000 fortune cookies a day, but you wont find them in any restaurant. Instead, the business relies on tourists who want to see the process that goes into making the famous cookies. Owner Kevin Chun isn't too concerned with making a profit either he even hands out free samples of the cookies that aren't up to standard.

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