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Girl Scouts Debut First Gluten-free Cookies

Celiac.com 10/22/2013 - Yeah, you heard right. People who've been dreaming of the day the Girl Scouts would offer a gluten-free cookie can stop dreaming!

Photo: Wikimedia_CommonsThat's because a select group of Girl Scout councils nationwide will be slinging the organization's very first gluten-free offering as part of the 2013-14 Cookie Sale.

The new cookie, called the Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Shortbread cookie, is made with real chocolate chips and real butter, and contains no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no high fructose corn syrup, no palm oil, and no hydrogenated oils.

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The gluten-free cookies will be sold in a 5 ounce resealable foil pouch, with 12 pouches per case.

Click here for nutrition information for Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Shortbread Cookie.

Click here for frequently asked questions regarding the new gluten free cookie.

Click here for information on where you can buy the Girl Scouts' Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Shortbread Cookies.

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Finally thanks.

 
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Woo hoo! Girl Scout cookies are coming!

 
Barb
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Finally! I was a Brownie leader for twelve girls, through all four of my daughters' Brownie stages. We sold hundreds of boxes of cookies each year. But when my youngest was diagnosed with celiac disease we stopped selling and buying and made donations instead. I didn't want to have a houseful of cookies that she couldn't enjoy. And now that she's a freshman in high school, Girl Scouts has done it! Hooray! Thank you for making a cookie that's healthier than ever and safe for celiacs and others!




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