Bakery voluntarily pulls lemon Girl Scout cookies - Montgomery Alabama news.

Bakery voluntarily pulls lemon Girl Scout cookies

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A Kentucky bakery that makes Girl Scout cookies is pulling some batches of its Lemon Chalet Cremes because people have complained of a foul smell and taste.

Little Brownie Bakers in Louisville is one of two bakeries in the U.S. that makes Girl Scout cookies. No one has gotten sick from the stinky cookies sold in 24 states, and the company says they are safe to eat.

The bakery says on its Web site that the smell is caused by a breakdown of oils in the cookies.

The cookies were distributed in Alabama, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia. 

If consumers have purchased one of the affected boxes, they are encouraged to call 1-800-962-1718 or contact

Again, the cookies are safe to eat and this is only a quality product recall. 

Read the full press release at Little Brownie Bakers by clicking here.

Certain lots of Lemon Chalet Crème cookies contain oils that may be breaking down which can result in an off taste and smell. We are asking that the councils that received these batches return any product inventory in their control to us. The affected Lemon Chalet Crème cookie batches have the following lot codes:
















All of the Girl Scout Councils that received these lot codes will be notified directly. We will provide replacement product for councils and consumers. No other Girl Scout cookies are involved.

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