Visit girlscoutcookies.org for information on where to buy Girl Scout Cookies, and visit your local council website to find booth sales in your area and to learn more about how the Girl Scout Cookie Program helps girls learn and grow.
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While our cookies made with vegan ingredients do not contain any animal product ingredients, they may be produced on equipment that is also used to produce items containing dairy ingredients.
Per FDA regulations, ABC Bakers is required to use product-specific allergen labeling, which enables the allergy-affected consumer to make an informed decision based on information specific to that particular product. For more information, please visit the FALCPA webpage posted by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration
In addition, we call out all allergens on order cards, our web site and provide extra information in regards to other allergens that may be used in our bakeries. ABC Bakers is committed to a proactive approach to effectively managing allergens in our bakeries and products
Our bakery has written standards for each process and cookie variety, and we select the finest possible ingredients, partnering with vendors based on a specific list of criteria and specifications. Vendors are required to provide a Certificate of Analysis with every shipment of incoming raw materials.
In addition, prior to raw materials being unloaded into bulk storage units such as flour silos, a sample of the incoming raw material is tested in our Quality Assurance (QA) laboratories. In production, products are pulled systematically by QA personnel and tested to verify conformance to standards. We have developed many of the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) that have been implemented by the biscuit and cracker manufacturing industry, including:State-of-the-art electronic metal detectors on all linesAutomated processes that minimize direct employee contact with productColor coding system for allergen controlsScreening systems in storage units for bulk ingredients, including waterEmployee uniforms made of polished cotton material resistant to adherence of extraneous materialsBlower units for removing extraneous materials from clothing prior to entering mixing, baking, and packaging areas of bakeryHairnets and beard covers for full head coveringOn-line check-weighers
No, while we have investigated the market for a sugar free item, demand in this niche is still too small for the Girl Scout Cookie Program. We are required to provide the amount of carbohydrates and sugars in grams on our nutrition label. Total carbohydrates on the label includes sugars, dietary fiber and other carbohydrates.
Yes, ABC Bakers uses genetically engineered (GE) ingredients, often referred to as GMO’s. Food produced from GE plants meet the same nutritional and food safety standards as foods derived from non GE plants. There is no evidence that GE plants are not safe or unhealthy. In the United States, the following crops have had their GE counterparts evaluated and approved for production and could potential be found in our products; Corn, Soybeans, Canola, Sugarbeets. For more information on the safety and approval of GE food, please see the FDA’s website
All ABC Girl Scout Cookies carry the Circle UD Kosher certification. Circle U stands for Orthodox Union, one of the larger organizations that provides kosher certification. The “D” included in the symbol signifies that the product contains dairy ingredients or is produced on equipment that may be used to produce items containing dairy ingredients.
ABC Bakers is aware of and sensitive to concerns about the sustainability of palm oil production. The world’s food supply is intricately tied to the use of palm oil, which is an ingredient found in the majority of baked snacks sold in North America. Palm oil is used in many of the products on supermarket shelves, from margarine and chocolate to ice cream, soaps and cosmetics. It’s smooth and odorless, making it an ideal ingredient for baked goods. When we eliminated trans fats from our cookies, we evaluated a number of alternatives to partially hydrogenated soybean oil. To maintain product quality, we determined that palm oil was our best alternative, and we continue to evaluate other oils.
Since 2015, as an official member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), all the palm oil used in our Girl Scout cookies has been sourced exclusively from RSPO members through RSPO Credits, which support sustainable palm oil production practices. The next step in our journey is to elevate the certification of the palm oil used for Girl Scout Cookies to RSPO Certified Mass Balance palm oil in 2021 to prepare for the 2022 selling season. Working in partnership with our customers and suppliers, we continue to evolve our oil supply.
ABC Bakers sources most of our cocoa from companies who are members of the World Cocoa Foundation. These companies provide support to cocoa farmers and their families worldwide through programs that help raise farmer incomes, encourage sustainable cocoa farming and strengthen communities.
All of our Girl Scout Cookies have a “Use or Freeze Before” date on each package that indicates the time frame that our cookies will taste best.
Why do the Gluten Free Caramel Chocolate Chips in my area cost more than the other Girl Scout Cookies?
As in the retail market, gluten-free cookies are priced higher than other cookies because they cost more to produce, and to maintain a gluten-free facility. In addition, each council sets their own pricing for Girl Scout Cookies so you may find that pricing will vary from council to council.
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Please visit ABC Bakers Choice section of the website to see the ABC councils with the Gluten Free Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookie.