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Fall Product Program 2019 WEB Feature Story

The 2019 Fall Product Program has passed. We'll see you next year! In the mean time, use the information below for reference. 


Fall Product Program

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Sale Time: September 24 – December 2, 2019
Theme: Leap Ahead, Create Your Path

Is your Girl Scout troop interested in a money-earning activity that’s easy, provides start up funds right away, and offers customers a variety of delicious yet inexpensive items to purchase?

The council’s Fall Product Program of selling nuts, candies, magazines, and other items begins September 24. Ashdon Farms/QSP, the licensed Girl Scout vendor, has even prepared a lot of fun activities for Girl Scouts of all ages to enjoy with interactive activities for the girls to use while participating in the Fall Product Program.

Girls earn start-up money for their troop and earn cool patches and other recognitions too! The Fall Product Program differs from the cookie program in that all orders are pre-paid, and there are no booth sales. The troop receives $1 profit of each nut and candy item sold; and 15% of total magazine and gift items sold. Orders may be taken from September 24-October 28. Troops receive orders between November 20-22 to then delivery to their customers. Since the money is pre-collected, the troop receives their proceeds immediately. Recognitions are delivered in December and January. 

The program is for all grade-levels (Daisies-Ambassadors), but participation in the Fall Product Program is entirely voluntary. Participating in a council-sponsored product program teaches essential skills including goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethics.

Need help with anything? Please just give us a shout: 540-777-5100 or

Important Dates

Sale Time: September 24 – December 2, 2019
Theme: Leap Ahead, Create Your Path

Sale Starts:
September 24
Girl Orders Due: October 23 (this is the parent deadline to enter products into the system and select incentives; girls may continue to take orders and turn in to troop leader by October 28; parents/girls will be locked out of UNIFY on October 23 at 11:59 PM.)

Troop Orders Due: October 29 (troop deadline to enter product into UNIFY; leaders will be locked out of UNIFY on October 29 at 11:59 PM.)

Sale Starts:
September 24
Sale Ends: December 2 (all money is due from girls/parents; troops must make sure all product has been moved and incentives are selected in UNIFY; everyone will be locked out of UNIFY at 11:59 PM on December 2.)

November 20–22
Dates will vary based on your location. Your facilitator will provide you with a deliver time and location.

December 7 (to your service unit facilitator or the council; all payments and paperwork)

The Basics

What We Sell & How Much

  • Nut and candy items are priced at $6, $7, $8 and one $10 item.
  • Online sales of magazines, cards, tumblers, candles and other nut & candy items are priced individually.
  • “Thank You” item donations for our Military Share Service Project are priced at $6.


  • Troops receive $1 profit for each nut and candy item sold. Troops can receive $1.05 if they prefer to opt-out of the incentive program.
  • Troops will receive 15% of total magazine and gift item dollars sold.
  • All girls selling 5 direct sale order-card nut and candy items will receive a dated theme patch.
  • All girls who have orders for 5 donated items will receive a SHARE theme patch.
  • Patches and awards for girls for total online participation include: “Create & Earn” patch for girls with $200 online sales PLUS choice of a t-shirt or sequin pillow for $300 online sales.
  • The highest achiever in our council will receive an I-Pad 6th generation.

See order card for all recognitions available; nut and candy  items are for direct sale order card only. 

Nuts & Candy
How to Sell Online

Ashdon Farms/QSP has an online program called UNIFY. Look out for your launch email coming on Tuesday, September 24 (first day of the Fall Product Program). From that email, you can create a UNIFY account and check out the "Girl Dashboard" for resources you can use to reach your goals. Check-out these Quick Reference Guides:

UNIFY Girl Dashboard - Quick Reference Guide
UNIFY Troop Dashboard - Quick Reference Guide
UNIFY Service Unit Dashboard - Quick Reference Guide

Got a question or need help? Reach out to your fall product program troop manager or contact our Product Program Team at or 540-777-5100.

For Girls

Who Can Sell
All Girl Scouts! Daisies to Ambassadors — girls in troops to individually registered girls/Juliettes.

Juliette Girl Scouts
Juliettes (individually-registered Girl Scouts) may sell fall products and then use "cookie dough" credits to register for Girl Scout camps, programs, membership and/or to purchase items at The Skyine Shop. If you wish to sell as a Juliette, please complete this parent permission form. If you choose to opt-out of the rewards (patches and prizes), then complete this opt-out incentives form

Girl Patches & Prizes
All rewards are CUMULATIVE, giving you an opportunity to earn each item as you reach your goals. Check out all the great incentives here.

Girl Patch Incentives
Girl UNIFY Quick Reference Guide
The Making of English Butter Toffee (YouTube video)
The Life of a Cashew (YouTube video)

For Parents
For Troops

Troop Profit
+ $1 per nut/candy item (OR $1.05 for troops that prefer to opt out of the incentives)
+ 15% of total magazine, photo keepsake, organic planter, tumbler, candles & water bottle orders

Girl Patches & Prizes
All rewards are CUMULATIVE, giving you an opportunity to earn each item as you reach your goals. Check out all the great incentives here.

For Service Units



Contact our customer care team by
email at or by phone at 540-777-5100.

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