The $700 million Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the country. In the past, each area would offer eight types of cookies. This year you may get the full eight, or like in our area. The Program helps girls develop life-long skills that help them grow into leaders of Courage, Confidence. From traditional favorites to fresh hits, every Girl Scout Cookie stands proud to support Girl Scouts on their leadership journey.
You may notice something a little different about your favorite Girl Scout cookies, The boxes will feature girls kayaking, working in a park and speaking at scout events, among other activities . The candy bars come in Thin Mint, Samoa and Tagalong varieties. A popular San Francisco strain, Girl Scout Cookies tastes of cotton candy and has a THC level of 18-23%. Through the Girl Scout CookieProgram, girls learn goal setting, decision-making, money management, people skills and business ethics.
The Samoa, a vanilla cookie coated in caramel and coated with toasted coconut and chocolate stripes, is the second-most popular Girl Scout Cookies, After hearing about the newest Girl Scout Cookie, Savannah Smiles, we were giddy to try the treat.
The tasters all agreed. When our sweet little neighbor in her brown camp uniform came knocking on our door this year, we had to say yes. The stale economy is teaching Girl Scouts a new lesson: the way the cookiescrumble. To cut costs and increase revenue.
Girl Scout cookies taste great, are inexpensive, and make wonderful gifts. Girl Scout Cookies are perfect eaten straight out of the box, but we just knew they were super versatile, and would lend themselves easily to a variety of sweet and savory recipes. They are used as the number one fund-raiser for troop activities. Please contact your local troop, or look for cookie sales in your neighborhood.
Check back this fall for the 2013 Cookie Program dates and information.
An icon of American culture, the annual Girl Scout Cookie Program evolved from a local event in Oklahoma in 1917. It is now the leading business and entrepreneurial program run by girls. The Girl Scout cookie box is getting a major makeover to better tell the story of what girls learn from selling cookies. Girl Scout Cookies® had their earliest beginnings in the kitchens and ovens of our girl members, with mothers volunteering as technical advisers.