Rachel Wolfe

Wall Street Journal reporter who covers consumer trends

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Supply chain issues are causing a shortage of Girl Scout cookies, including in LA. Some areas are extending cookie season to wait on more inventory.

Girl Scout cookie supplies are crumbling. Sales fund most of troops’ activities

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