Support Girl Scout Troop 6000 at Kellogg's NYC Café

Girl Scouts Troop 6000 is taking over Kellogg's NYC Café to sell Girl Scout Cookies! 

Troop 6000, founded in 2017, is specially designed to serve girls in the New York City Shelter System. Stop by Kellogg's Cafe April 10th through 13th between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to help the members reach their goal of 6,000 boxes of cookies as part of their first ever Girl Scout Cookie Program®.  

As the parent company to Little Brownie Bakers (the makers of Girl Scout Cookies), Kellogg has a long history with Girl Scouts. To prepare for their sales and fuel up their entrepreneurial spirit, Troop 6000 enjoyed a step-by-step process of menu ideation and creation at an exclusive Kellogg Café culinary experience. 

For a twist on the classic cookie try one of the six specially curated Girl Scouts-inspired cereal bowls menu items to be offered throughout the week. 100% of all proceeds to be donated by Kellogg’s to Troop 6000, with the goal to sell 6,000 bowls.  

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