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Girl Scout cookies are several different cookie assortments sold by Girl Scouts of the USA. This is a fund raiser intended to support events and activities of the Girl Scouts. Some proceeds from the sale of these cookies are also used to maintain camps, properties, and cookie sales incentives.
Little Brownie Bakers (LBB), one of the licensed Girl Scout Cookie companies, declared a recall on some batches of Lemon Chalet Crème Cookies that they manufactured. Apparently, several complaints were received by LBB on the odd taste and smell of the said cookie.
According to LBB, the cookies contain oils that possibly broke down resulting in the unpleasant taste and odor. However, the company already took precautionary steps to test the samples and they determined that they are still safe to eat although it did not meet the company’s quality standards.
The Kentucky based company said that customers who purchased the Lemon Chalet Crème Cookies can call 1-800-962-1718 for more information. You may also want to visit the official site of the Girl Scouts of the USA for their news release.