This. At least when it was sold in the decorative tins it made for some nice gifts. But the quality is poor and the prices are too high. Camp cards, OTOH, are great -- they are easy to sell (no need to wait for product to deliver), a good value to the buyer and make a nice profit. We're supposed to be teaching the boys something, right? Thrifty & Trustworthy are a lot easier to explain when selling camp cards than popcorn.
Our TC is also looking at running a merit badge clinic in the fall. With much of the space donated by our CO and time donated by our parents, we're thinking we could raise some money there as well.