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Caramel deLites

Caramel deLites, also known as Samoas, are one of the most consistantly popular flavors of Girl Scout[?] cookies. They consist of a circular vanilla cookie about 2" in diameter with a small hole in the center. It is completely covered in caramel and toasted coconut and then striped with chocolate.

Caramel deLites are sold 14 to a box, and are, as of February 2003, sold at a price ranging from $2.50 - $3.50 depending on the location. They account for around 19% of all Girl Scout cookie sales, and contain approximately 80 calories per cookie.

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