We might be future-focused, but we are also the oldest and most experienced Girl Scout Cookie baker there is.
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES FROM ABC Bakers
A division of Interbake Foods, ABC Bakers is the oldest and most experienced Girl Scout Cookie baker. A licensed Girl Scout cookie baker since 1937, ABC’s vision is to empower and support councils so they can support volunteers and girls.
The $750 million Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the country. ABC is committed to making the cookie sale a life-changing experience for girls nationwide with a business approach focused on G.I.R.L.S.: Providing councils with great cookies, innovation through our first-to-market products and support, responsive service, leadership in sales support and successful outcomes to maximize the profits that serve girls.
To support that growth, ABC Bakers offers nine delicious varieties of Girl Scout Cookies: Shortbread, Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, Caramel DeLites, Peanut Butter Sandwich, certified gluten-free Trios, and three exclusive Baker’s Choice flavors: Thanks-A-Lot®, Cranberry Citrus Crisp, consumer favorite Lemonades™ and Gluten Free Trios!
In addition to fresh, wholesome cookies, ABC provides its Girl Scout council partners with information and tools to build a solid plan and execute a winning sale:
Consulting Services for assessment, analysis, problem-solving and decision making
Workshops to help educate, motivate and inform Girl Scout staff and volunteers
Research to guide strategies and programs
Marketing & Public Relations to engage community and extend council reach, including social media contests and presence to excite and engage consumers
Sales Tips & Guides such as the annual Volunteer Magazine and Rally Guide for girls
Annual Recognition Program to motivate and reward girls each sales season
Innovative Tech Tools to empower councils to work better, faster and smarter: COCO Cookie Command, COCOmobile, COCOdirect, SNAP inventory management system and Smart Cookie U. online sales support resources