Here’s question #8 from our ‘What Can a Cookie Do?’ Treasure Hunt!
How many kilograms (kg) of mint, chocolate and vanilla icing combined, are used to make a year’s worth of Chocolatey Mint and Classic Girl Guide cookies? (Please guess a specific number, i.e. 1,230.)
Need a clue*? Check out GGC’s Patrol blog for a “What Can a Cookie Do” post with the clue in it! (*Clues will always start with ‘Clue #’, followed by a number)
About this campaign: This campaign is intended to help Units sell cookies and to promote Cookie Day at Sears, April 2, 2011! Encourage your family, friends & supporters to participate! Starting March 21 till March 31, we’ll post one question about cookie facts here on our blog. You can come back to add your guess in the comment section as many times as you like, and for any of the questions as they will remain open until the end of the campaign on March 31, 2011 at 11:59 pm EST. Enter your guess in the comments section below. The winner with the closest number of guesses in total from each of the daily questions will be crowned our Online Cookie All-Star on April 1, 2011. (Complete details.)
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410 800 kg
Jeesh…another tough one!! How about 148,000 kg??
Thinking wayyyy tooooo much about these logistics….140,800?