Girl Scouts have 15 million boxes of unsold cookies; local CEO declines comment on impact for local programs
August 4, 2021 | By David Adam, MRN Editor
The Girl Scouts are struggling to sell 15 million boxes of unsold cookies. The New York Times reported in June that cookies are stuck in warehouses because membership has declined and the scouts were not able to perform their usual in-person selling efforts. Around 12 million of the 15 million surplus cookies never left bakery…Read Full Article
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