DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Girl Scout cookie season is only a few months away, but two changes by the organization are not going unnoticed.
Chapters of Girl Scouts of America in Massachusetts and New York have already said that boxes will be sold for $6. The price increase is $1 more than last year.
The organization claims a rise in food production, labor and transportation costs as the reasons behind the price hike.
Some of the cookies may have an alternative name because of the differentiating bakers. The Girl Scouts of Western Ohio website lists the following cookies the organization offers:
- Caramel Chocolate Chip
- Caramel deLites | Samoas
- Do-si-dos | Peanut Butter Sandwich
- Peanut Butter Patties | Tagalongs
- Thin Mints
Girl Scout cookie season normally begins in January. A date has yet to be announced by the organization.