Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Girl Scout cookie season starts — now!

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Nicole Frederick with the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania says they kicked off the first day of cookie-selling season at the Shops at Liberty Place. This year marks the 99th year of Girl Scout cookie sales.

“So it started in Philadelphia and they were sort of like a shortbread, they were a sugar cookie and they were sold out of someone’s window. It was like a drive-up window. The cookies weren’t very good, either. If you would make them today, they’re not as good as the shortbread we have now,” said Frederick.

Twelve-year-old Faith Rinali has been selling cookies since she was about 7.

“Even though it’s work, it’s still really fun,” she said.

Her favorite cookie is also the best seller.

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(Kuznits:) “What is it about those thin mints?”

“They taste really good when you freeze them and it’s mainly the best, crunchiest cookie that I have ever tasted!” she said.

(Kuznits:) “You’re a good seller!”

“Yes!”

 

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