Now is the chance to get your annual Girl Scout cookie fix.
On Monday in Bryan, local troop leaders picked up thousands of boxes of cookies to be sold.
This year, area Girl Scouts did not pre-sell cookies. Instead, they will be going door-to-door and will have tables set up outside local businesses.
While Caramel deLites, Peanut Butter Patties, Shortbread and Thin Mints are still around, there is a new cookie this year.
A box of Cinna-Spins contain five 100-calorie packs of crispy oatmeal and cinnamon rounds.
There are 460 girls in the Bryan-College Station Service Unit of the Girl Scouts of Central Texas. They will begin selling cookies Saturday.
Girl Scout cookies cost $3.50 per box.
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