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Why are Girl Scout Cookies called different names?

Why are Girl Scout Cookies called different names?

Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) have licensed two different commercial bakers to produce their cookies; ABC Bakers® (ABC) and Little Brownie Bakers® (LBB). Each baker produces cookies that look and taste similar, but each baker uses different names for their Girl Scout Cookies® because of trademarks.

What are the peanut butter Girl Scout Cookies called?

“I’m outraged–yes, outraged–that Girl Scout Cookies have new names. Samoas are now “Caramel deLites.” Do-si-dos are “Peanut Butter Sandwiches.” Tagalongs are “Peanut Butter Cookies” and Trefoils are “Shortbreads.”

What’s the best Girl Scout Cookie?

  • Samoas/Caramel deLites.
  • Tagalongs/Peanut Butter Patties.
  • Do-si-dos/Peanut Butter Sandwich.
  • Thin Mints.
  • Toffee-tastic.
  • Girl Scout S’Mores, Version 1 (sandwich)
  • Lemon-Ups.
  • Trefoils/Shortbread.

How many types of GS cookies are there?

Varieties. 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.

What are the names of Girl Scout cookies?

Girl Scout cookies are produced by two bakers. That’s why some of our cookies have two different names! But whether the box says Samoas® or Caramel deLites®, these two cookies are similarly delicious.

Where can I buy Girl Scout thin mint cookies?

Girl Scout councils contract with one of two licensed bakers, whose recipes and ingredients may differ slightly. Contact your local Girl Scout council to find out which baker they partner with. Purchasing a box of Thin Mints—our round, mint-flavored cookies with a delicious chocolaty coating—helps a girl learn money management.

What are the names of the cookie companies?

Funny Cookie Company Names 1 Smart Cookie 3 Little Cookies Cafe Carol’s Cookies Cookie Confidential Cookie Jar Wax Cookie Text Cookie Tree Cookie… Take a Bite Cookies, Inc. Criss Cookies & Cakes Cub Foods Do Biz Foods Double Trouble Sweet Treats Epicure Cafe Fish Biscuit Kato Baking Keanu’s Cookies…

How big is the Girl Scout cookie industry?

The industry of girl scout cookies can bring in revenue that is worth 20 times the value of membership fees. The earliest known cookie drive started in 1917 grown into 3 million boxes sold each year. Since the 1990’s, only two commercial bakeries are responsible for girl scout cookie production.