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Girl Scouts

Our Girl Scout troop 44331 on Bainbridge Island will not be selling cookies this year because we have become aware that there is unethically and unsustainably resourced palm oil in the cookies we sell every year.

We are joining other Girl Scouts and taking action to solve this problem.

We want Girl Scouts of the USA to take action and “make the world a better place,” instead of sweeping this problem under the rug like they have been for 10 years.

Our troop wants to put a spotlight on this a relatively unknown issue.

Nadine Zygaj, along with Maggy, Meridian, Vivian, Allie, Emily, Helen and Sofia

Bainbridge Island

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