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The Evening Post: See How Girl Scout Cookies Are Made


We see them every year, Girl Scouts selling those famous Girl Scout Cookies.  We all buy them, because the money goes to a really good cause, and the cookies are really good!  So, if you have wondered how they make the Girl Scout Cookies, now you can see how it’s done.  The YouTube channel INSIDER went to two different bakeries which supply the Girls Scouts of the USA with their cookies.

They make the exact same type of cookie, but they’re labeled under different names and look different too. One of the factories, Little Brownie Bakers, makes 450 million thin mints a day! Each season, Girl Scouts sell nearly $800 million worth of cookies.  That’s a lot of cookies!  Enjoy the making of Girl Scout Cookies below!

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