Girl Scouts Reveal New Mango Creme Cookie

The treats are prepared using a natural sweetener, extracted from fruits and vegetables

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The Girl Scout cookie season has started, and the organization is premiering a new, delicious treat. The “Mango Creme With Nutrifusion” gets its name from the mango topping wrapping the biscuit.

The Girl Scout cookie season has started, and the organization is premiering a new, delicious treat. The “Mango Creme With Nutrifusion” gets its name from the mango topping wrapping the biscuit.

The cookie is filled with vanilla and coconut, Food Beast writes. Nutrifusion is basically a sweetener extracted 100% from fruits and vegetables.

Another health benefit of the new product is the supply of Vitamin B1, A, C, D, E, and B6. This sweet cookie contains no trans fats, preservatives or hydrogenated oils in its composition.

Producers ABC Bakers claim that they provide "all the nutrient benefits of eating cranberries, pomegranates, oranges, grapes and strawberries."

Other flavors available from the Girl Scouts are Thin Mint, Samoa and Peanut Butter Patty. Mango sounds like a fresh, much-needed fruity addition to their product line.

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