Girl Scout cookies are a favorite among everyone. Where is the lack of love?
You get to purchase a delicious dessert while also performing a wonderful act of community service at the same time.
In 1934, the Girl Scouts of Philadelphia hired a commercial baker to produce cookies, and by 1936,
Girl Scout cookies were being marketed all over the country of the United States.
There are currently over one million Girl Scouts who sell around two hundred million boxes of cookies annually,
which results in annual sales of over eight hundred million dollars.
There have been 63 different kinds of Girl Scout cookies to choose from throughout the course of the previous eight decades.