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Girl Scout Cookie Cereals Set to Hit Store Shelves



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    General Mills has partnered with the Girl Scouts of America to create cereals resembling the flavors of two popular cookies (Oct. 24, 2016).

    General Mills will soon give you an excuse to satisfy your morning Girl Scout cookie craving.

    Company spokesperson Mike Siemienas confirmed Monday that the juggernaut food company will soon roll out two new sweet cereals resembling Thin Mints and Caramel deLites, which you may know better as Samoas.

    The Girl Scout cookie-styled cereals will be available on store shelves nationwide sometime in January, Siemienas said.

    Further details regarding the breakfast treats will be available closer to the release date.

    The Girl Scouts organization, which has been made famous for selling a variety of delectable cookies since 1917, has been empowering and providing opportunities to young females in the United States and around the world for over a century, according to the organization's website.

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