According to the Girl Scouts, five of their cookie varieties make up 77% of overall sales, so 12 regional councils are are going to experiment with a cost cutting measure to eliminate underperforming treats from their lineup.
The six varieties that made the cut are as follows: Thin Mints, Do-Si-Dos, Trefoils, Samoas (also called Caramel deLites), Lemon Chalet Cremes and Tagalongs (also called Peanut Butter Patties).
The four varieties that nobody wants are: Dulce de Leche, Thank U Berry Munch, All Abouts and the least surprising of all—Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip.
This news follows an initiative last year to reduce the quantity of cookies per box and to make certain varieties smaller. Try to resist the urge to yell in frustration at the Girl Scout that’s hooking you up outside of Walmart this year.