The Girl Scouts have an issue this year: 15 million boxes of cookies haven’t sold. The organization says the coronavirus, not decreased demand, is the main culprit. The Girl Scouts of the USA tell the AP that as the pandemic wore into the spring selling season, many troops did away with their traditional cookie booths due to safety reasons. The impact will be felt by local councils and troops, who depend on the cookie sales to fund programming, travel, camps, and more. Kelly Parisi, a spokeswoman for Girl Scouts of the USA, says most of the unsold boxes remain with the two bakers that make them, and about three million are in the hands of Girl Scout councils, which are scrambling to sell or donate them. The cookies have a shelf-life of one year.