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Watch video · Whether through online sales or door-to-door, these five Girl Scouts from across the country are killing the cookie selling game. Jan 03,  · More than 1 million Girl Scouts sell about million boxes of cookies each cookie selling season, generating about $ million. Jan 03,  · CLEVELAND, Ohio - Girl Scout Cookies are back! The Girl Scouts started selling the popular cookies Wednesday, .


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Jan 03,  · More than 1 million Girl Scouts sell about million boxes of cookies each cookie selling season, generating about $ million. Type in your zip code or your city name and state to find Girl Scout Cookies® for sale near you. Search within: are owned by Girl Scouts® of the USA. Ultimately, though, the Girl Scouts’ e-commerce initiative, known as Digital Cookie, isn’t just about increasing sales but about teaching girls more about modern.
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Find Girl Scout Cookie booths near you, download the official Cookie Finder app, learn about Digital Cookie online sales, and lots more! Watch video · Whether through online sales or door-to-door, these five Girl Scouts from across the country are killing the cookie selling game. Ready for cookies? There are several ways to satisfy your Girl Scout Cookie craving. Find a cookie booth. Locate a Girl Scout Cookie sale in your community by.

Girls who participate can earn prizes for their efforts. There are also troop incentives if the troop as a whole does well. As of , sales were estimated at approximately million boxes per year. The first cookie sales by an individual Scout unit was by the Mistletoe Troop in Muskogee, Oklahoma , in December at their local high school.

From to , organized cookie sales grew, with troops in Philadelphia and New York City using the cookie selling model to develop the marketing and sales skills of their local troops. In , Girl Scouts in Philadelphia organized the first official sale, selling homemade cookies at the windows of local utility companies. In the national organization began licensing commercial bakers to produce cookies, in order to increase availability and reduce lag time, starting with Keebler-Weyl Bakery.

One hundred twenty five troops launched cookie sales that first year. During World War II the Girl Scouts sold calendars [7] in addition to cookies, because of shortages of flour, sugar, and butter.

In there were 48 cookies per box. By Girl Scouts also collected fat in cans to aid the war effort and sold war bonds at no profit. In the s, three more cookie recipes were added: Six types of cookies were being sold nationwide by Greater cookie sales occurred due to the Baby Boom generation entering Girl Scout in the s. The "Samoa" was added in In , the National Council reduced the number of bakeries providing cookies to four and standardized the packaging and pricing of the cookies.

In , the Girl Scouts moved to eliminate trans fat from their cookies to be healthier, and started providing nutritional information on the cookie box. In the number of Thin Mints, Do-si-dos, and Tagalongs in each box was reduced and Lemon Chalet Cremes became smaller because of the increasing costs of ingredients and transportation.

In January , Girl Scouts began to offer the ability to purchase their cookies with credit or debit cards via an online portal and a "Digital Cookie" app. The purchasing app can only be used by Girl Scouts themselves with parents of girl scouts only able to share a link to the purchasing page.

Each Girl Scout regional council decides which licensed baking company to use for cookie sales in that council, thus determining which varieties are available in the area covered by the council. Girl Scouts sell cookies to relatives, friends, neighbors, and others in their town or city. In recent years, because of safety concerns, an increased emphasis has been placed on cookie booths, where girls sell from tables in public areas under the supervision of adult troop leaders, rather than door-to-door.

Many councils offer the option for customers to sponsor boxes of cookies to be sent to U. As an incentive to sell, Girl Scouts are offered recognitions, such as stuffed animals , trinkets, coupons, credits toward Girl Scout camp, activities, or uniforms. These recognitions vary from Girl Scout council to council.

The recognitions are usually cumulative, so that a girl who earns the recognition for selling 50 boxes of cookies will also get the and box items. In some councils, girls may choose to earn more money for their troop instead of recognitions if they are working toward a troop goal such as a trip or other expensive activity. This type of fund raising is intended to teach Girl Scouts valuable skills in planning, teamwork, finance, organization, communication, and goal setting.

Also, award badges exist for sales: Traditionally each regional Girl Scout council set the prices for cookies sold in that council. A article in The Boston Globe noted that price "is hardly ever a factor, until buyers find out that the same box of cookies is selling for less in the next town over.

Elizabeth Brinton, also known as the "Cookie Queen", sold a record 18, boxes of cookies in a single sales season, and more than , boxes in her time as a girl scout. Her record held for more than twenty-nine years, until Katie Francis, 12, sold 18, boxes in Each Girl Scout council operates its own cookie sale.

In Girl Scouts sold million boxes of cookies nationwide. Revenues at all levels are used to pay for events and activities for the Girl Scouts, maintenance of the councils' Girl Scout camps and other properties, cookie sale incentives, and Council administrative costs. The bakers licensed by the organization may change from year to year, though this is not common.

Up to 28 varieties of Girl Scout cookies are offered. The same cookies may be sold under different names by different bakeries, with the choice of bakery determining the name. There has been no move to standardize names. The national Girl Scout organization reviews and approves all varieties proposed by the baking companies, but requires only three types: Thin Mints are the most popular Girl Scout Cookies.

About 50 million boxes of Thin Mints were sold in compared with 38 million boxes of Samoas. Thin Mints averages about 38 cookies per box and Samoas 15 cookies per box. Keebler manufactures a similar cookie known as a Grasshopper , which is produced in the same factory as Little Brownie Bakers's Thin Mints. Federal guidelines issued in early called for people to minimize their consumption of trans fat.

Concerned parents urged the Girl Scouts to address this and other health concerns about the cookies, suggesting that the cookie program was at odds with the Girl Scouts' healthy living initiative. The Girl Scout organization replied that the cookies were a treat which "shouldn't be a big part of somebody's diet", and said that they are "encouraging" the companies that bake the cookies to find alternative oils.

In , following reformulation of the recipes for a number of varieties, Girl Scouts of the USA announced that all their cookies had less than 0. High-fructose corn syrup HFCS is used in some cookies.

The bakers claim that it is a necessary ingredient in ensuring the quality of the cookie. The certificates offer a premium price to palm oil producers who are operating within the guidelines for social and environmental responsibility set by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil. The policy was formed in response to a prolonged campaign by two Girl Scouts, Madison Vorva and Rhiannon Tomtishen. In , as year-olds, Vorva and Tomtishen earned their Girl Scout Bronze Award by raising awareness about the endangered orangutan and their rapid diminishing rainforest habitat in Indonesia and Malaysia.

When they discovered that the Girl Scout Cookies contained palm oil, an ingredient that results in rainforest destruction and human rights abuses, the two girls launched a variety of campaigns in order to convince the GSUSA to remove this ingredient from their cookies. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Girl Guide Cookies.

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Vanilla cookies coated in caramel , sprinkled with toasted coconut and laced with chocolatey stripes. Peanut butter filling sandwiched between crunchy oatmeal cookies. Crispy vanilla cookies layered with Peter Pan peanut butter and covered with a chocolatey coating.

Shortbread cookie with lemon icing. A traditional shortbread cookie made in the shape of the Girl Scout trefoil. Shortbread cookie dipped in fudge with a thank you message.

Lemon wedge cookies dusted with powdered sugar. Graham sandwich cookies with chocolate and marshmallow filling. Gluten-free peanut butter oatmeal cookies with chocolate chips. Gluten-free buttery cookies with toffee bits.

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