Are the new Raspberry Girl Scout cookies vegan and where can you buy them?

Danielle Salt August 17, 2022
Are the new Raspberry Girl Scout cookies vegan and where can you buy them?
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These new vegan cookies based on the best-selling thin mints are available online only, but what is the brand new flavor, and is it vegan?

According to the girl scouts website, the raspberry rally has a crispy texture with a fruity-infused flavor.

The cookie is based on the best-selling thin mint and people are beginning to wonder what is contained in the ingredients of this vegan cookie.

Girl scout cookies were originally started in 1917 as a service project, where cookies were home-baked by girls and sold in various places such as high school cafeterias to help fund troops.

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Where you can get the raspberry rally

Unlike past years where the girl scouts sell door to door, these are only available online.

As we now do the majority of our shopping online, the organization wants to teach ‘entrepreneurship’ and marketing skills to the girls through selling via their website.

With thin mints being their best-selling cookie, this new flavor could potentially boost sales especially due to the fact these new cookies are vegan making girl scout cookies very marketable to their modern audience.

Unfortunately, the new raspberry rally is not available yet and is due to be released in 2023 meaning that we still have some time to wait.

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Yes. The cookies are described on their website as vegan, thin, crispy cookies infused with raspberry flavor and dipped in a chocolate coating.

Found on the bakery website the ingredients contain: Enriched flour, vitamin b2, sugar, vegetable oil, palm kernel, palm and soybean oil, cocoa, contains 2% or less of invert sugar, cocoa, cornstarch, salt, baking soda, soy lecithin, citric acid, natural and artificial flavors, red 40, sorbitan tristerate.

Each serving contains four cookies and is 160 calories per serving. These cookies also contain no high-fructose corn syrup, no partially hydrogenated oils, zero grams of trans fat, and use RSPO certified (mass balance) palm oil.

These aren’t the only vegan girl scout cookies. Other vegan cookies to try are thin mints, peanut butter patties, lemonades, and toast-yay! cookies

Who’s excited about this new flavor?

Although there is a sense of nostalgia for buying an original flavor of girl scout cookie, people are getting hyped to see and taste the new raspberry rally coming out next year.

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