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Fall Product Program

The GSU Fall Product Program is an optional council-sponsored program that combines educational activities with money-earning opportunities for the troops. The fall program is directed toward family and friends – those closest to Girl Scouting - and enables troops to earn start-up money by selling nuts, chocolates, and magazine subscriptions.

Five skills girls learn through the product sale programs:

  • Goal Setting
  • Decision Making
  • Money Management
  • People Skills
  • Business Ethics

In additional to these important business and life skills, girls will also learn philanthropy through the Gift of Caring program.

Benefits for Troops: Earn Funds for Activities

The Fall Product Program is the perfect opportunity for troops to kick off the Girl Scout year with a fun team-building activity that also generates essential funds to support troop activities. Also, new troops that have no resources in their treasury can quickly earn money to fund their needed uniforms, Journey Books, and Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting.

Troops retain a full 15% of the purchase price of all Ashdon Farms products and 15% of the purchase price of all M2 sales. Plus, girls can earn patches and other fun rewards.  Make sure your troop is participating in the fall product program!

SUPPR 2022-23 Agreement (PDF) | SUPPR 2022-23 Agreement (online)
TPM 2022-23 Agreement & ACH Authorization Form (PDF)
TPM 2022-23 Agreement & ACH Authorization Form (online)

Win the Giant Seal Plush

Name the Fall Product Program Mascot
Our mascot for the Fall Product Program this year is a monk seal, and she needs a name.  Submit your name ideas online by September 22. The winner will receive a small prize!

Win a giant seal plush!
Girls who participate in the Fall Product Program are eligible to win a giant seal plush! It's easy to enter and girls can receive up to 7 entries:

  • Girls must set up their digital storefront
  • 5 entries: Send 10 emails on September 23, the first day of order taking
  • 1 entry: Sell $50 of products by end of the sale
  • 1 entry: Sell at least one magazine subscription
Training & Resources

Fall Product Program Guides

Troop Resources

Service Unit Resources

  • SUPPR training will be available in gsLearn – log in to myGS to get started
M2 Girl Registration Training Video
M2 How to Create Your Avatar Training Video
Meet the Products

$7.00 Products

Chocolate Covered Raisins

Fruit Slices

Butter Toasted Peanuts

English Butter Toffee

Dark Chocolate Caramel Caps with Sea Salt

Dulce de Leche Owls

Dark Chocolate Mint Penguins

Peanut Butter Bears

Caramel Apples

Gift of Caring

$8.00 Products

Peanut Butter Trail Mix

Dark Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels

Whole Cashews with Sea Salt

Chocolate Covered Almonds

$10.00 Products

Mint Treasures - Girl Scout Brownie Tin

Deluxe Pecan Clusters - Bunny Holiday Tin

$12.00 Products

Nut & Seed Blend

Online Program

Girl Scouts have the opportunity to send emails to family and friends, inviting them to support their product sales efforts by purchasing a wide variety of products (beyond those on the order card) – nuts, chocolates, and magazine subscriptions and renewals - online! 

Manage online store at her virtual office

Create her own avatar on her website

Girls can earn a patch of their customized avatar!

Customers can have products shipped directly to them!

Talk to your troop fall product manager and ask how to get started today!  The M2OS online program makes it even easier for girls to fundraise for their troops while learning how to use technology as a tool. Girls just need to register online, create their avatar, and enter email addresses of friends and family. With just a few clicks of your keyboard, you can reach all your customers, making you an online entrepreneur! Get started!

Key Dates

Troop Deadlines & Key Dates

Based on scheduling, your Service Unit Product Program Representative or Troop Product Manager (as applicable) reserves the right to adjust up any due date or time to make sure she/he is able to meet her/his deadline. If you have questions, please consult your Service Unit Product Program Representative or Troop Product Manager (as applicable).


Fall Product Materials shipped to service units

Service Unit Product Program Rep (SUPPR) Fall Product Training

August 1  SUPPR Agreements due to GSU
August 15 Troop Product Manager (TPM) Agreements due to GSU

TPM/Troop Leader Training

Parent/Girl Training

September 23 Fall Product Program begins 
October 9

Fall Product order taking ends

(Girls deliver online orders and order cards)

October 11  TPM enter nut order in M2OS by 8:00 p.m.
October 12

SUPPR to review orders by 8:00 p.m.

Last day for SUPPR to enter delivery location

October 31-November 14 Nut and Candy items begin delivering to SUPPR
November 1-22 Girls deliver nut and candy items to customers 
November 22

Fall Product Program ends

All money due to TPM

Last day for girls and TPM to make reward choices 

November 28 ACH withdrawal from troop accounts begins
TBD Rewards begin shipping to SUPPR for distribution to troops 
Fall Product FAQ

What rewards can Girl Scouts earn?

The rewards are included in the 2022 order card.

Why should my troop participate in the fall product program?

It’s a quick, easy, and fun way to help your troop earn those much needed start-up funds. Troops can earn money for registration, bridging, uniforms, troop materials, etc. Plus, the program offers fun activities, rewards, and patches!

Can our troop opt out of rewards?

There is no opt-out for the fall product program.

What are the troop training dates for the 2022 GSU Fall Product Program?

Training will be available in gsLearn.

What Ashdon Farms nut products are available for this year’s program?

These are the varieties for 2022

  • Gift of Caring ($7)
  • Caramel Apples ($7)
  • Dark Chocolate Caramel Caps with Sea Salt ($7)
  • Deluxe Pecan Clusters ($7)
  • Dulce de Leche Owls ($7)
  • English Butter Toffee ($7)
  • Dark Chocolate Mint Penguins ($7)
  • Peanut Butter Bears ($7)
  • Fruit Slices ($7)
  • Butter Toasted Peanuts ($7)
  • Cranberry Nut Mix ($7)
  • Hot Cajun Crunch ($7)
  • Peanut Butter Trail Mix ($8)
  • Dark Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels ($8)
  • Chocolate Covered Almonds ($8)
  • Mint Treasures - Girl Scout Uniform Tin ($10)
  • Deluxe Pecan Clusters - Mitten Holiday Tin ($10)

When is the initial order period?

Initial order taking begins September 23 and orders (order card and online) must be submitted by October 9 at 8:00 p.m. Online shipped orders will continue until November 22.

When and where is initial order delivery?

Initial order delivery is October 31- November 14. Locations vary by service unit and you will be informed of your location by your Service Unit Product Program Representative.

Will we use a software system for ordering, calculating sales, and girl rewards?

Yes, the software system is called M2OS. It can handle both nut and magazine orders.

Will an ACH (Automated Clearing House) debit be used to collect funds due to council?

Yes, ACH withdrawals will begin November 28, so make sure you have sufficient funds to cover the amount due at least seven days before this debit date. Processing times for deposits vary; do not wait until the day before the debit is scheduled to deposit money into your troop account. You should be depositing promptly and frequently and encouraging your parents to be turning over funds they or their daughter have collected.

If I am a Juliette, can I still participate in the fall program?

No. The Fall Product Program is designed to help troops earn start-up money to fund their troop activities at the beginning of the year.

Will there be a Gift of Caring (GOC) program?

Yes, customers may make monetary GOC donations (in $7 increments). GSU will then purchase nuts to be sent to the local food bank in Salt Lake City.

What about the magazine portion of the sale?

All magazine and more orders are taken online. When a girl (with her parents) set up her storefront in M2OS, she will send emails to family and friends for her sale. A link in the email will direct the customers to her store where they can choose to order nuts, collectible tins, candy, and magazine subscriptions. 

What if I have additional questions?

Girl Scouts and caregivers should contact their Troop Product Manager.  If Troop Product Managers have questions, they will contact their Service Unit Product Program Representative. Service Unit Product Program Representatives can contact the council at 801-716-5125 or