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It’s Girl Scout Cookie season, and the new flavour is dominating searches across the country.

Girl Scout Cookie season has arrived, and there’s a new flavour to try this year.

Raspberry Rally will only be available online. It’s a thin, crispy cookie infused with raspberry flavour and dipped in chocolate coating that looks like a Thin Mint but has its own flavour, according to the Girl Scouts.

Cookie availability varies greatly by location, but this year’s full list of Girl Scout Cookie flavours includes:

Adventurers in Raspberry Rally
Chocolate Caramel Chip
Samoas or Caramel deLites
Girl Scout S’mores Do-si-dos or Peanut Butter Sandwich
Tagalongs or Peanut Butter Patties
Toast with Thin Mints-Yay!
Toffee-tastic \sTrefoils

How much do the cookies cost this year?
According to a spokesperson for the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, each of the 111 Girl Scout councils sets their own price based on their local market.

Prices in the United States range from $4 to $7 per box. Because of the manufacturing costs, some specialty products, such as gluten-free cookies, may be more expensive than other Girl Scout Cookies.

When will the cookies be available in 2023?
Cookie season is observed in the United States from January to April.

According to a Girl Scouts spokesperson, each Girl Scout council determines the timing of the cookie season for their own market.

Cookie season typically lasts six to eight weeks, according to the spokesperson.

What stores sell Girl Scout cookies?

Those who want to continue the cookie tradition have a few options, according to a spokesperson for USA TODAY.

Customers can contact a girl scout they know or buy cookies in person from girl scouts in their area, typically at grocery stores or other booth areas, before February 27.
Customers can have cookies shipped directly to their homes beginning February 27.
There is also an online link at www.tinyurl.com/GSCookieSeason2023, where you can find cookies locally, buy cookies online, or donate cookies to local community efforts.

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