Here’s question #7 from our ‘What Can a Cookie Do?’ Treasure Hunt!
How many kilograms (kg) of flour are used to make a year’s worth of Girl Guide Cookies (includes both Chocolatey Mint and Classic Cookies)? (Please guess a specific number, i.e. 1,230.)
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Actually, I think 628, 570 kg.
650 025 KG
628 564 kg