Girl Scout Cookies to Be Sold Online

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Girl Scout Cookies left to right: Aloha Chip, Apple Cinnamon, Do-Si-Do, Samoa, Tagalong, Thin Mint and Trefoil. (Credit: Anacleto Rapping/Los Angeles Times)

The long-awaited day for office workers has arrived: Girl Scout cookies are going digital.

On Monday, Girl Scouts of the USA announced the rollout of a program to bring sales of Thin Mints, Samoas and the rest of its cookie classics online.

It could be the savviest move in Do-Si-Do sales since a San Francisco Girl Scout set up shop outside a pot dispensary.

Girl Scouts will be able to handle online sales starting this cookie season, either by sending emailed invites to a personalized cookie sales website they’ve created, or by taking in-person orders with a new mobile app that can process credit cards on the spot.

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