Girl Scout cookies are back, and they are going to be easier to get than ever before.

The Girl Scouts of the USA has teamed up with Grubhub for home delivery of their beloved treats in addition to direct home shipments from local troops through online orders.

The partnership with Grubhub is operating in select markets and allows customers to order the cookies for pickup or direct delivery to their homes. The cookies, which include flavors such as the new French toast-inspired Toast-Yay!, Thin Mints, and Samoas, are now on sale on the food ordering and delivery platform.

Cookie customers can order the sweet treats at www.Grubhub.com or through the Grubhub app. To see if Girl Scout cookie delivery is available in a local area, the organization recommends checking www.grubhub.com/food/girl_scouts.

Grubhub has waived all fees for the organization to help make the delivery option possible for the troops without reducing proceeds. The service is also offering free delivery on all cookie orders $15 or more placed through Feb. 14.

The Girl Scouts will also be selling its cookies online nationwide. Starting on Feb. 1, consumers can purchase cookies online through the Girl Scouts for shipment to their doors by entering their zip code into the digital Cookie Finder. Here, they will be able to find a local troop to purchase from.

As 2021 presents challenges for the Girl Scouts because of the coronavirus pandemic, the organization has gotten creative and set up a socially distant, contact-free approach to selling its cookies.

In previous years, the Girl Scouts have sold their cookies through in-person cookie booths and door-to-door visits. But with the COVID pandemic, some of these face-to-face activities were halted, requiring the members to set up virtual cookie booths on social media, drive-thru locations, and shipping products directly to customers.

“Like other people running small businesses, Girl Scouts are growing their cookie sale online to connect to consumers who may be harder to reach during the pandemic, all while staying resilient and learning skills such as money management, goal setting, and customer service,” Interim Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Judith Batty said in a statement.

"We are excited to open virtual cookie booths beginning Feb. 1 to customers who don't know a Girl Scout so they can still support girls during this challenging time for all of us,” she added.

All proceeds from the Girl Scouts cookie sales stay within a local troop and council, funding its leadership program throughout the year.

girl scouts cookies Girl Scouts kicked off the 2021 Girl Scout Cookie season nationally, during a challenging time when many Girl Scouts are selling in creative, socially distant, and contact-free ways to keep themselves and their customers safe. Photo: Girl Scouts of the USA