Girl Scouts will resume in-person cookie sales this season — but they’ll also use by dash For online orders and sales of new chocolate cake style treats.
Girl Scouts of America announced this week that they will increase adventurer, “brownie-style cookies topped with caramel-flavored whipped cream and a pinch of sea salt,” their lineup of traditional cookies when the sales season kicks off next month.
The Cookie booth will also be back this year.After two years of online cookie sales, Boy Scouts will Reopening cookie stand In areas where COVID-19 health restrictions allow them by dash For on-demand electronic ordering.
“In previous years, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Girl Scouts have quickly and subtly adjusted their sales approach, replacing the iconic in-person cookie stand with new and innovative options,” the Scouts said in a statement. Say. “For the 2022 sales season, the City Council is monitoring local data and regulations and preparing for a successful cookie sales season, whether digital, in-person, or both.”
Over the past two years, “women entrepreneurs” have hosted virtual cookie stands and drive-through contactless cookie stands, the group said. They also looked at order fulfillment to understand the delivery process behind the food delivery service.
“In 2021, Girl Scouts have created new ways to be successful in the cookie business, so they can continue to use their cookie funds to advance experiences like camps, troop events and service projects in their communities,” Interim Scout Judith Batty said CEO.
“You might see cookies, but we see leadership and adventure in every box,” she added.
Girl Scouts are turning by dash After success with GrubHub last year, the cookie-on-demand order was acquired. Beginning February 18, in addition to managing inventory, local girls will use the company’s technology to track and fulfill orders.
“As a Girl Scout cookie lover, I’m excited to welcome Girl Scouts of America to our platform, providing customers with a quick and easy option for on-demand access to beloved Girl Scout cookies, while enabling Girl Scouts to meaningfully grow their biscuit business,” said Shanna Prevé, by dashVP of Strategic Partnerships and Business Development.
In addition to the new Adventurefuls, Scouts will also be offering their Heritage Caramel Chocolate Chips, Caramel Delicatessen/Samoa, Do-si-dos/Peanut Butter Sandwiches, S’mores, Peanut Butter Pies/Tagallons and Thin Mints and more .