February 19, 2015 2:30 PM EST

Demand for thin mint Girl Scout cookies is high. So high, in fact, that supplies are getting thin, so to speak — at least for one bakery that makes them.

ABC’s Good Morning America reports Little Brownie Bakers has pushed back delivery dates so it can meet the “greater than expected” demand for the chocolate-covered mint cookies, according to Girl Scouts USA.

A spokesperson for the organization also told GMA that the delays currently affect six percent of the 112 Girl Scout councils. Local councils that do not use this baker have taken to Twitter to reassure customers:

Have no fear: Thin Mints are here! The national Thin Mint production shortage will NOT affect customers in our region http://t.co/Ffyq9ww2zZ

— Girl Scouts Nation's Capital (@GSCNC) February 19, 2015


Write to Olivia B. Waxman at olivia.waxman@time.com.

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