It’s cookie season in Iowa. The Girl Scouts have officially started their annual cookie sales for 2010. Girls Scouts across the state will take door-to-door orders and conduct Booth Sales at retail locations between now and April 18th. Girl Scout cookie sales are the largest girl-led business in the country and the organization generates more than $700 million for girls and communities nationwide. The money earned goes toward helping those who are less fortunate and supporting both national and local Girl Scout troops. The cookies are $3.50 per package and this year’s eight cookie variety includes Daisy Go Rounds, Caramel deLites, Lemonades and the ever popular Thin Mints. For more information on how to purchase Girl Scout cookies visit www.girlscoutsiowa.org.