For some background, the Girl Scout organization comprises more than a hundred councils, each setting its own prices in accordance with the financial situation of the region. Elizabeth Locke-Thomas, an executive vice president of a Californian council, explained to CNBC that the $4 price tag was no longer working for them as distribution, infrastructure, and programing costs are on the rise.
It makes sense, but still, nobody wants to pay more for cookies. But now, you can be like your cranky old grandpa and say, "Back in my day, we could buy Samoas for less than a Taco Bell $5 Buck Box." Though it's weird that your grandpa talks about Taco Bell so much.
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