What they're not putting in some Girl Scout cookies...
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES ARE GOING GLUTEN-FREE
Change has come to the world of Scouting. The Girl Scouts are now offering gluten-free cookies. The Girl Scouts of America are rolling out their first gluten-free cookie in 20 select markets: the Chocolate Chip Shortbread. GSA's website says the cookie "is made with real chocolate chips and real butter" and that it "contains no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no high fructose corn syrup, no palm oil and no hydrogenated oils." If the cookies perform well in those locations, they may go national next cookie season.
... There's another new cookie in the troop this year too: the Cranberry Citrus Crisp. And this one is all about whole grain, with the website exclaiming that it is "full of tangy cranberry bits and zesty citrus flavor."
FACT: The very first Girl Scout Cookies were made and sold in Muskogee!